I actually have substantive background in Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology. And a Ph.D in Political Science, if I ever write a dissertation.
But I quit for better money before I finished that.
1) a "Ph.D if I ever write a dissertation" does not equal a Ph.D
degree in Political Science does not qualify you to to psychoanalyze anything
3) a "substantive background" isn't all that descriptive
background in Anthropology and Sociology does not qualify you to psychoanalyze anything
Your post is like celebrity name-dropping.
As if such things mattered on the web.
No, I was just saying I have taken more than intro to psychology. I have taken about 15 hours of undergraduate classes in each field: Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology. My wife has a degree in Anthropology and a vast library of books on the subject, most of which I have read. I enjoy reading psychology books and have probably 20 of them. My wife's best friend and husband are both psychiatrists and we talk a lot about human behavior when we hang out together every couple of weeks to play board games. All four of the fields mentioned focus on human behavior. If you dont see how Anthropology and Sociology would relate to analysis of human sexual behavior, you need to read more about those fields. Human sexual behavior is a major subfield of Sociology. Anthropology studies how cultures manage sexual information and activity. Political science is my primary field, but I mentioned it last because it is least applicable.
Regardless, I got pwned due to lack of information and I admitted it immediately. I never said I was qualified for anything. I said there was no dissertation to be honest, taking the cheap shot was a little beneath you.