Definition of sexological in US English:

sexological

adjective

  • See sexology

    • ‘Most sexological journals are not available online to the public at large, although some are available to faculty and students at particular institutions whose library subscribes to this service.’
    • ‘Rather than an alphabetical sequence of topics, for each country the contents are organized into chapters that address 13 basic issues, ranging from basic sexological perspectives to sexual dysfunctions.’
    • ‘It covers an incredibly diverse range of issues, from historical, anthropological, sociological, psychological, sexological, physiological, and other perspectives.’
    • ‘Secondary or tertiary knowledge of sexological theory was sufficiently established in 1920s London for it to be represented in popular culture.’
    • ‘In the sexological literature, sexual desire problems, of all sexual dysfunctions, are considered the hardest to treat and the most resistant to change.’

Pronunciation

sexological

/ˌseksəˈläjikəl/