4500Sex3 - Ovaries Female gonads Menstruation...

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Chapter 3: Female Anatomy, Physiology, and Sexual Response Female External Anatomy Vulva Mons Veneris Labia Labia Majora Perineum Labia Minora External Female Genitalia Anatomy of the Clitoris Clitoris Vaginal Opening Vestibule Introitus Urethral Opening Urethra Short tube that connects the bladder with the urethral opening Internal and External Anatomy of the Female Breast Breast Self-Exam The Female Breasts Purpose? Personal Choices: Breast Self-Examination and Mammogram Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women
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Female Reproductive Anatomy Vagina 3” to 5” long tube extending from the vulva to the cervix The “G Spot” 1 to 2 inches into the vaginal canal. Uterus The womb Personal Choices: Pap Smear Test and Pelvic Exam Pap smear test: Procedure in which surface cells are scraped from the vaginal walls and cervix and examined under a microscope to detect the presence of cancer Fallopian Tubes Tubes that transport the ovum from an ovary to the uterus
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Unformatted text preview: Ovaries Female gonads Menstruation Menstruation/Menses Menarche Models of Sexual Response Masters and Johnsons Four-Stage Model of Sexual Response Excitement Plateau Orgasm Resolution Helen Kaplans Three-Stage Model of Sexual Response Desire Excitement Orgasm Bassons Contemporary Model of Sexual Response Psychological & biological factors Personal Choices: Engaging in Sexual Behavior When Desire Is Low As many as 30 to 40% of women in nonclinical samples report that they have low sexual desire Hormones and Sexual Response Endocrine System Hormone Chemical messenger that travels from cell to cell via the bloodstream Estrogens, progesterone, and androgens Pheromones, Aphrodisiacs, and Sexual Response Pheromones Secreted chemicals Aphrodisiac Arousal of sexual desire Damiana Yohimbe Muira puama...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PSYCH 4500 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Valdosta State University .

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