Bruce M. King

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Bruce M. King is a psychologist and professor at Clemson University.

In 1978 King received a Ph.D. in biopsychology from the University of Chicago. Since 1981 he has taught human sexuality to over 40,000 students at the University of New Orleans, and later at Clemson. King has written the textbook Human Sexuality Today, which is used in classrooms nationwide. King has conducted countless numbers of human sexuality workshops for physicians, public schools, teachers, staff members working with the mentally retarded and parental groups. King has also co-authored a textbook on statistics and published over 60 papers on the biological basis of feeding behavior and obesity.

In addition to human sexuality, King also teaches sections of statics. King is a Fellow in the Association for Psychological Science and is an honorary member of the Golden Key National Honor Society for excellence in teaching.

References[edit]

  • King, Bruce M. (2004). Human Sexuality Today (5th ed.). New York: Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-13-189164-2.