HS lec2 - Sexual Arousal and Response Sexual Arousal 0....

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Sexual Arousal and Response Sexual Arousal 0. Emotional needs 1. Societal influences 2. Cultural influences 3. Biological determinants Bonobo Apes: “make love not war” Kissing 4. Affection 5. Respect 6. Greeting 7. Farewell 8. Good luck 9. Desire What is the most important sex organ??? The Brain Senses 10. Touch 11. Sight 12. Hearing 13. Taste 14. Smell Pheromones Sex Hormones 0. Testosterone 1. Estrogens 2. Progesterone 3. Oxytocin Testosterone 15. Early signal for the development of a male body 16. Association with sexual arousal controversial Estrogens 17. Estradiol vs estriol vs estrone 18. Development of female body 19. Regulation of menstrual cycle 20. Health effects 21. Influence on sexual behavior?
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Progesterone 22. Involvement in sexual behavior 23. Works in concert with estrogens 24. Pregnancy hormone 0. Prepares endometrium for implantation 1. Prevents rejection of developing embryo/fetus 2. Promotes weight gain and nutrient storage 3. Helps stimulate the breasts for milk production
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2009 for the course PSYC 140 taught by Professor Roberts during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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HS lec2 - Sexual Arousal and Response Sexual Arousal 0....

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