Chapter 14 Self-Test

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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  ›  View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of unlimited  Title: Ch14 Self Test Started: July 27, 2009 7:03 PM Submitted: July 27, 2009 7:03 PM Time spent: 00:00:18  Current score: 1/75 = 1.3333%   This assessment is only partially graded.   Graded Questions: 1/65.0 = 1.54%  Ungraded Questions: --/10  1.   What distinguishes a sexual dysfunction from a "normal" sex problem is  that:    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. it doesn't go away on it own. 100%     2.  it involves both male and female problems.    3.  it has a strong psychological component.    4.  it is physiologically based.    5.  it requires medical intervention.      2.
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  Which of the following is a criticism of how the Diagnostic and Statistical  Manual (DSM) classifies sexual dysfunctions?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. It only talks about male sexual dysfunctions.    2. It only focuses on global sexual dysfunctions.    3. It doesn't take issues of desire into  consideration.    4. all of these are true    5. It is heterosexist.      3.   If a man approaches a sexual encounter with "performance fears,"    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. his anxiety levels may be increased.    2. none of these are true    3. physiological arousal may be difficult or  impossible.    4. he may be engaging in spectatoring.    5. all of these are true      4.
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  What is the term sex therapists use for acting as an observer or judge of  one's own sexual performance?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. disinhibition    2. spectatoring    3. situational judgment    4. aphasia    5. globalization      5.   What has research shown about the relationship between aging and  sexual problems?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. Sex problems have not been studied in the  elderly.    2. Age-related physical problems can cause sex  problems.    3. All of these are likely factors.    4. The prevalence of sexual dysfunction  increases with age.    5. Use of prescriptions common in the elderly  can cause sex problems.      6.
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  Which of the following would be classified as a primary sexual  dysfunction?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. A man decided to seek treatment because he  has never been able to ejaculate despite  considerable efforts through masturbation and  with his new girlfriend.   
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