Definition of Kinsey, Alfred in English:

Kinsey, Alfred

Syllabification: Kin·sey, Alfred
Pronunciation: /ˈkinzē
 
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  • (1894–1956), US zoologist and sex researcher; full name Alfred Charles Kinsey. He carried out pioneering studies on sexual behavior by interviewing large numbers of people. His best-known work, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948, also known as the Kinsey Report), was controversial but highly influential.

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