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Amanda Gesselman

Kinsey Institute

Expert Bio

Amanda Gesselman is a social psychologist. She is head of research analytics and methodology core at the Kinsey Institute and the inaugural Anita Aldrich Endowed Research Scientist at Indiana University. Her research examines dating and sexuality of single adults, with an emphasis on technology and health behaviors; the psychology, sexuality and health of romantic couples; and the intersection of human development, stigma and sexuality.

She was the principal investigator on the Kinsey Institute/Clue SexTech survey – the largest survey to date of sexuality and the use of technology.

Areas of Expertise

Sex and dating behavior of single adults, sex and technology, sex and medical interventions, romantic couples, virginity and social stigma, hookup culture, sextech, sexuality apps.

Other Information

CV 

Technology and modern sexuality: Results from Clue and Kinsey’s international sex survey