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Modelos de la conducta sexual

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ABSTRACT Este artículo revisa seis modelos explicativos de la conducta sexual humana, algunos de los cuales pueden ser aplicados a una amplia gama de conductas sociales en general, mientras que otros estarían destinados a la explicación de conductas específicamente sexuales. Las proposiciones que plantean estos modelos acerca de los diversos factores que influyen en la conducta sexual, contribuyen a una mejor comprensión y eventual predicción del comportamiento sexual, y además proporcionan un marco teórico para programas de prevención de problemas relacionados con la conducta sexual, tales como el embarazo adolescente y las enfermedades de transmisión sexual.

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