ch 6 pt 5

ch 6 pt 5 - Resolution: occurs more rapidly Aging...

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Sex Differences in Sexual Response Greater variability in female response Male refractory period Women can experience multiple orgasms
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Locating the Grafenberg Spot
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Figure 3.22: Female ejaculation.
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Older women Response cycle continues, but with decreased intensity Excitement: Vaginal lubrication begins more slowly, reduced amount Plateau: decreased vagina flexibility Orgasm: number of uterine contractions decrease
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Unformatted text preview: Resolution: occurs more rapidly Aging & Sexual Response Cycle Older men Response cycle continues, with changes in intensity and duration of response Excitement: lengthened time to erection Plateau: able to sustain plateau phase longer Orgasm: reduced muscular contractions and force of ejaculation Resolution: occurs more rapidly Refractory period lengthens Age-Related Changes in the Sexual Response Cycle...
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