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PanteŠ Farvid
PanteŠ Farvid
Associate Professor of Applied Psychology, The New School, NYC, USA
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‘Most of Us Guys are Raring to Go Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere’: Male and Female Sexuality in Cleo and Cosmo
P Farvid, V Braun
Sex roles 55, 295-310, 2006
2722006
‘No girl wants to be called a slut!’: Women, heterosexual casual sex and the sexual double standard
P Farvid, V Braun, C Rowney
Journal of Gender Studies 26 (5), 544-560, 2017
2072017
The assessment and treatment of adult heterosexual men with self-perceived problematic pornography use: A review
L Sniewski, P Farvid, P Carter
Addictive Behaviors 77, 217-224, 2018
1322018
Sexual ethics and young women’s accounts of heterosexual casual sex
MA Beres, P Farvid
Sexualities 13 (3), 377-393, 2010
952010
The “sassy woman” and the “performing man”: Heterosexual casual sex advice and the (re) constitution of gendered subjectivities
P Farvid, V Braun
Feminist Media Studies 14 (1), 118-134, 2014
822014
Casual sex as ‘not a natural act’and other regimes of truth about heterosexuality
P Farvid, V Braun
Feminism & Psychology 23 (3), 359-378, 2013
782013
Unpacking the “pleasures” and “pains” of heterosexual casual sex: Beyond singular understandings
P Farvid, V Braun
The Journal of Sex Research 54 (1), 73-90, 2017
722017
'Always hot, always live': Computer-mediated sex work in the era of'camming'.
MV Henry, P Farvid
Women's Studies Journal 31 (2), 2017
622017
It isn’t prostitution as you normally think of it. It’s survival sex’: Media representations of adult and child prostitution in New Zealand
P Farvid, L Glass
Women’s Studies Journal 28 (1), 47-67, 2014
512014
The benefits of ambiguity: Methodological insights from researching ‘heterosexual casual sex’
P Farvid
Feminism & Psychology 20 (2), 232-237, 2010
432010
I laugh and say I have ‘Earthquake Brain!’”: Resident responses to the September 2010 Christchurch Earthquake
C Rowney, P Farvid, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 43 (2), 4-13, 2014
372014
“I do like girls, I promise!”: Young bisexual women’s experiences of using Tinder.
T Pond, P Farvid
The Psychology of Sexualities Review 8 (2), 6-24, 2017
362017
Moving towards a contemporary chiropractic professional identity
TT Glucina, CU Kršgeloh, P Farvid, K Holt
Complementary therapies in clinical practice 39, 101105, 2020
272020
Heterosexuality
P Farvid
The Palgrave handbook of the psychology of sexuality and gender, 92-108, 2015
262015
“Oh it Was Good Sex!”: Heterosexual women's (counter) narratives of desire and pleasure in casual sex
P Farvid
Women Voicing Resistance, 121-140, 2014
232014
Abstinence or acceptance? A case series of men’s experiences with an intervention addressing self-perceived problematic pornography use
L Sniewski, P Farvid
Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity 26 (3-4), 191-210, 2019
222019
'It's Just a Lot More Casual': Young Heterosexual Women's Experience of Using Tinder New Zealand
P Farvid, K Aisher
Fembot Collective, 2016
222016
“If I Don’t Allow Him to Have Sex With Me, Our Relationship Will Be Broken”: Rape, Sexual Coercion, and Sexual Compliance Within Marriage in Rural Cambodia
P Farvid, R Saing
Violence against women 28 (6-7), 1587-1609, 2022
192022
The health and wellbeing of transgender and gender non‐conforming people of colour in the United States: A systematic literature search and review
P Farvid, TA Vance, SL Klein, Y Nikiforova, LR Rubin, FG Lopez
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 31 (6), 703-731, 2021
192021
“You worry,‘cause you want to give a reasonable account of yourself”: Gender, identity management, and the discursive positioning of “risk” in men’s and women’s talk about†…
P Farvid, V Braun
Archives of Sexual Behavior 47, 1405-1421, 2018
192018
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