LOUPS Autumn Pub Social 2018: How sexual desire works, 2018 (Frederick Toates) update
Frederick is Professor of Biological Psychology at the Open University, where he has over 37 years experience of teaching and tutoring. An author on many of the OU Psychology courses, including DE100, his published books include Biological Psychology (3rd edition, Pearson Education, Harlow), which forms a popular and recommended text in a number of universities throughout the world, a book on B.F. Skinner and his most recently published book, 'How Sexual Desire Works: The Enigmatic Urge'. He has taught undergraduate classes not only in the UK but also in Moldova, Romania, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and the USA.
In this talk, Frederick presented an update on his research since the publication in 2014 of 'How Sexual Desire Works: The Enigmatic Urge'. It was a fascinating and enjoyable event, and a great opportunity to socialise with other OU psychology students in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
We are delighted to make audio and video recordings of this talk available.
To download an audio recording of this talk click here: Sexual Desire - 2018 update (Prof. Frederick Toates).