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Unformatted text preview: Mod 39 Notes 4sexual Response cycle [Masters + Johnson ] excitement , plateau , orgasm , resolution excitement: genital areas become engorged with blood / secretes lubricant plateau : excitement peaks as breathing, pulse, and blood pressure rates continue to increase . orgasm muscle contraction + further increases in breathing, pulse, blood pressure resolution body gradually returns to unaroused state and male enters a refractory period Hrefractory period: a testing period after orgasm, during which a man cannot achieve another orgasm - men : few minutes - a day or more - women : shoher period - more orgasms if restimulated during/soon after resolution ysexual dysfunction: a problem that consistently impairs & sexual arousal or functioning erectile disorder, premature ejaculation - female orgasmic disorder ysex hormones : estrogen (women) + testosterone (men ) direct physical development of male female vex characteristics activate sexual behavior . sexual desire rises slightly during ovulation testosterone - increase sex drive 4 external stimuli / internal stimuli influences sex families, socienes, religion -movies, TV,songs, ads - imagination, memones, rantasies 4Research of Masters + Johnson - recorded physiological responses of volunteers who masturbated or had intercourse sample consisted of people ABLE AND WILLING To display atouron orgasm while being closerved in a laboratory monitored or filmed more than 10, on sexual mores Mod 40 Notes Ly belonging - seek to affiliate with aners (basic human motivation) - cooperation enhances survival - feel voy /happy - self-esteem rider high experience deep sense or well being - desire to help rather than hult others - activate brain region That dampens feelings of physical pain - excluded became much more likely to engages in self-behaviors also act aggressive when excluded defeating L, shut out comolcoga - withdrawal physical increased activity in brain areas that activate in response to pain self-defeating behaviors + under perform act in disparaging or aggressive ways loneliness Interfer w/ empathy for other...
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