UCSF's Brizendine Comments on New Study Examining Motivations for Having Sex

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin report in the August issue of Archives of Sexual Behavior that college-aged men and women both list physical attraction as the number one motivation, among more than 230, for having sex. For KPIX-TV's HealthWatch, UCSF neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine, MD, is interviewed. Brizendine discusses relevant statistics on the subject from her best-selling book The Female Brain. Related Links: New Study Reveals Various Reasons People Have Sex HealthWatch, KPIX-TV (CBS), July 31, 2007