Alfred G., 1894, 1956, US-amerik. Zoologe u. Sexualforscher; schrieb die »K.-Reports«: »Das sexuelle Verhalten des Mannes«, »Das sexuelle Verhalten der Frau«.
(1894-1956) US researcher whose studies of male and female sexual behavior 1948–53, based on questionnaires, were the first serious published research on this topic.
Many misconceptions, social-class differences, and wide variations in practice and expectations have been discovered as a result of Kinsey's work.
The Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, founded 1947, continues the objective study of human sexual behavior.