Lecture Outline April 30 & May 5

Lecture Outline April 30 & May 5 - FSHD 450 SEXUAL...

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FSHD 450 SEXUAL PROBLEMS AND DISORDERS 1. Two types of sexual disorders—sexual deviations and sexual dysfunctions 2. Definitions and characteristics a. Sexual deviations are characterized by arousal in response to sexual objects that are not part of normative arousal activity patterns and may interfere with the capacity for reciprocal affectionate sexual activity i. Essential features are recurrent intense sexual urges and arousal fantasies including: 1. non-human objects 2. suffering or humiliation of oneself or one’s partner 3. children or other non-consenting persons ii. Some sexual deviations 1. exhibitionism 2. fetish 3. pedophilia 4. voyeurism 5. sexual masochism and sadism b. Sexual dysfunctions are inhibitions in sexual desire or psychophysiologic changes in the sexual response cycle i. Empirical foundation for normal and dysfunctional sexual response cycle – Masters and Johnson and Kaplan. ii.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2010 for the course FSHD 450 taught by Professor Ridley during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Lecture Outline April 30 & May 5 - FSHD 450 SEXUAL...

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