Episode 46: An Ode to John DeLamater and S’Naps


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Dr. John DeLamater died on December 13, 2017. A leader, a teacher, a mentor, and a researcher of older adults’ sexuality, Jane and Ashley recount his significant research to continue his legacy. Jane rants about disasters awaiting the latest DC tax “reform” and wants us all getting involved locally. Ashley’s into S’Naps and self-care. Great show so check it out! We love our listeners and welcome your feedback. Please write to us at this address. And thanks for listening!

Opening music by Kabbalistic Village, closing music is “Valse chinoise pour rien” by Ève C. Segment music (Tips & Treats/Let’s Talk Policy) courtesy of bensound.com. All music available through Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial Share Alike 4.0 International.

Articles cited in today’s show:

  1. DeLamater, J. (2012). Sexual expression in later life: a review and synthesis. Journal of sex research, 49(2-3), 125-141. doi: 10.1080/00224499.2011.603168
  2. DeLamater, J., Hyde, J. S., & Fong, M. C. (2008). Sexual satisfaction in the seventh decade of life. Journal of sex & Marital therapy, 34(5), 439-454. doi: 10.1080/00926230802156251
  3. DeLamater, J., & Moorman, S. M. (2007). Sexual behavior in later life. Journal of Aging and Health, 19(6), 921-945. doi: 10.1177/0898264307308342
  4. Karraker, A., DeLamater, J., & Schwartz, C. R. (2011). Sexual frequency decline from midlife to later life. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 66(4), 502-512. doi: 10.1093/geron/gbr058

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