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Disorders/Communication Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. It is sometimes interesting to note how some types of behavior undergo name changes. For instance, men who are not able to show signs of being sexually aroused are no longer called “impotent.” Now, they have: A. a premature ejaculation. B. an inhibited ejaculation. C. an orgasmic dysfunction. D. an erectile dysfunction. 2. Sexual disorders can be described as _____ or _____. A. acute, chronic B. temporary, terminal C. acute, lifelong D. acquired, lifelong 3. Lately, John has difficulty in “achieving” an erection. He had no difficulty a year ago. John probably has what is known as: A. fear of vaginismus. B. a primary erectile disorder. C. a secondary erectile disorder. D. premature aging of the penis. 4. This disorder is the most common among men who seek sex therapy. A. premature ejaculation B. inhibited ejaculation C. erectile disorder D. ejaculatory disorder 5. Kaplan’s (1974) definition of premature ejaculation is: A. dependent upon self-definition. B. an absence of voluntary control over ejaculation. C. ejaculation before 10 pelvic thrusts. D. ejaculation before the penis has been inserted into the vagina.
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6. In the most common version of male orgasmic disorder, the man: A. orgasms as a result of hand or mouth stimulation, but not during intercourse. B. cannot orgasm as a result of oral stimulation. C. cannot orgasm with hand stimulation. D. orgasms during intercourse only. 7. A woman who had coital orgasms at some time in her life but no longer does would be classified as experiencing: A. anorgasmia. B. primary orgasmic disorder. C. secondary orgasmic disorder. D. situational orgasmic disorder. 8. The sexual dysfunction in females that may be related to physical factors is: A. dyspareunia. B. low sexual desire C. inhibited sexual desire. D. orgasmic dysfunction. 9. Spastic contractions of the outer third of the vagina, which may make intercourse impossible, are characteristic of the condition called: A. situational anorgasmia. B. preorgasmia. C. dyspareunia. D. vaginismus. 10. A possible cause of erectile disorder could be: A. diabetes mellitus. B. circulatory problems. C. severe stress or fatigue. D. all of these. 11. A sexual desire discrepancy refers to a case in which the partners have vastly different: A. sexual interests. B. levels of sexual desire. C. levels of ability to orgasm. D. all of these.
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12. A relatively large number of individuals in middle and old age have this disease, which causes an erectile disorder in about one-third of men. This disease is: A. male-pattern baldness. B. nearsightedness. C. farsightedness. D. diabetes mellitus.
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course BIO 50.230 taught by Professor Wassmer during the Fall '07 term at Bloomsburg.

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