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PSY 153 Mc/B - FHS – Chapter III Study Guide Know (in general terms): 1. The definitions of the glossary terms in the margins which are not specifically cited in the study guide items below- (see below) 2. The cues and senses involved in creating sexual arousal- primary source- tactile, then- visual cues, odors, and sounds 3. What a model is- a conceptualization of a set of behaviors that helps organize them into easily understood components 4. The four-stage model proposed by Masters and Johnson and their lasting contribution- lasting contribution- describe in detail the physiological changes both genital and extragenital that occur in each stage. 1. excitement 2. plateau 3. orgasm 4. resolution 5. Tiefer’s criticisms of M & J’s model and the problems to which the model leads- stages cannot be reorganized, nor can stages be added, promotes a fragmented view of the body and doesn’t show interaction with the mental part of it 6. What characterizes Kaplan’s three-stage model of sexual arousal- desire- underlying level of interest (libido), excitement- activated by the limbic system, orgasm- controlled by excitement centers in the lower spinal chord 7. What conditioned emotional responses are, how they develop and the role they play in Byrne’s model of sexual response- cer- learned responses from negative (leads to avoidance) and positive (approaches the sitch) 8. How to contrast erotophobes and erotophiles and how they are likely to become so- erotophobes- sexually avoidant, erotophiles- sexual approachers, if a child is taught masturbation is dirty they are more likely to become erotophobic 9. How Barlow accounts for the effects of anxiety in sexual functioning and what his findings mean about influences on sexual response- inhibits dysfunctional men and facilitates functional men, emotions alone don’t determine a sexual response 10. How Bancroft’s model describes the interplay of cognitive, emotional and physiological components of sexual response- emotional- initial, then cognitions and external stimuli determine genital response, then orgasms are controlled by brain and spinal chord 11. How sexual arousal proceeds, according to the cognitive models- sexual grounding 12. How to describe the changes of the excitement phase in the internal genitals of females- vag lube(transduction), blood to genitals (vasocongestion), red veg walls, vag = wider and longer, tenting effect ( when the uterus contracts bringing the cervix with it), fibrillations- contractions 13. How to describe the changes of the
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSY 153 taught by Professor Dr.? during the Fall '05 term at Stephen F Austin State University.

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