chap 14 - PSY 153 Mc/B FHS Chapter XIV Study Guide Know(in...

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PSY 153 Mc/B - FHS - Chapter XIV 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 essential feature of each of the specific types of paraphilias listed in the DSM-IV (See Table 14.1) Exhibitionism- exposing yourself to an unsuspecting person Fetishism- use of a nonliving object Frotteurism- rubbing genitals against a nonconsenting person Pedophilia- sex w/ a prepubescent child Sexual masochism- being made to suffer Sexual sadism- making others suffer Transvestic fetishism- cross dressing Voyeurism- watching an unsuspecting person change or have sex 3. The essential feature of each of the paraphilias in the generic category (See also Table 14.1)- Telephone scatologia- making obscene phone calls Necrophilia- sex w/ corpses Partialism- sexual focus on one part of the body Zoophilia- bestiality Coprophilia- feces Klismaphilia- enemas Urophilia- urine 4. The reasons Hunter and Mathews offer for why women are rarely reported as sex offenders (See Close Up, p. 421)- the female gender role steryotype, female sexuality is to be dependent on love so most don’t do anything with strangers, they are also supposed to be nurturing so the don’t do anything with a child, females- non agressive 5. The problems that arise when trying to describe atypical sexual behavior in psychiatric terms- the social norms for sexual behavior are constantly changing 6. Why we must be cautious in labeling a sexual behavior as atypical- not call it abnormal cuz we find it unusual 7. What fetishism involves and how it contrasts with partialism - sexual urges, fantasies or behaviors centering on the use of objects, partialism is living body parts 8. For whom the term "fetishist" is reserved-
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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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