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2011Anxious and avoidant attachment, vibrator use, anal sex, and impaired vaginal orgasmCosta, Rui Miguel; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2009Associations of immature defense mechanisms with personal importance of junk food, television and alcohol are independent of ageBrody, Stuart; Costa, Rui MiguelarticlerestrictedAccess
2009Female sexual arousal disorder with and without a distress criterion: Prevalence and correlates in a representative czech sampleWeiss, Petr; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2015Female sexual function and heart rate variabilityCosta, Rui Miguel; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2012Immature psychological defense mechanisms and the misrepresentations of some sex researchersBrody, Stuart; Costa, Rui Miguel; Hess, UrsulaarticleembargoedAccess
2009Immature psychological defense mechanisms are associated with greater personal importance of junkfood, alcohol, and televisionCosta, Rui Miguel; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2015Obesity, overweight, female sexual function, and penile-vaginal intercourse frequencyCosta, Rui Miguel; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2014Orgasm and women's waist circumferenceCosta, Rui Miguel; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2013Penis Size and Vaginal OrgasmCosta, Rui Miguel; Miller, Geoffrey F.; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess
2011Simultaneous penile–vaginal intercourse orgasm is associated with satisfaction (sexual, life, partnership, and mental health)Brody, Stuart; Weiss, PetrarticlerestrictedAccess
2013"Standard operating procedures for female orgasmic disorder” is not based on best evidenceBrody, Stuart; Costa, Rui Miguel; Hess, UrsulacontributionToPeriodicalembargoedAccess
2017Vaginal orgasm is associated with indices of women's better psychological, intimate relationship, and psychophysiological functionBrody, Stuart; Costa, Rui MiguelarticlerestrictedAccess
2012Women who prefer longer penises are more likely to have vaginal orgasms (but not clitoral orgasms): Implications for an evolutionary theory of vaginal orgasmCosta, Rui Miguel; Miller, Geoffrey F.; Brody, StuartarticlerestrictedAccess