Variables associated with male and female chronic zoophilia

Peter O. Peretti1, Maurice Rowan1
1Kennedy-King College, United States
Cite this article:  Peretti, P. O., & Rowan, M. (1982). Variables associated with male and female chronic zoophilia. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 10(1), 83-88.

Volume 10 Issue 1 | e358 | Published: February 1982 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1982.10.1.83

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Zoophilia as a form of sexual expression continues to this day. The present research was conducted to determine: (1) Specific variables associated with male and female chronic zoophilia, and (2) a comparison of the similarities and/or differences of each, as well as (3) their influences on the individuals in sustaining and maintaining zoophiliac practices. Results suggested six of the most frequently stated variables for both males and females, similarities or significant differences between them by sex of S, and their relevancy to zoophilia in its sustained practice.
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