Chapter 14 - Coercive paraphilias • Voyeurism •...

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Chapter 14: Paraphilias
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Paraphilia Basic criteria: 1) For the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification 2) Compulsive behavior 3) Majority of people would consider the behavior “deviant” Criteria for being judged negatively: Harmful or destructive to person engaging in the behavior Illegal Interferes with their ability to maintain loving, intimate, and sexual  relationships with others Involves another person without their consent Consensual Victimless Clinical criteria for paraphilias
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Origins of Paraphilias Psychodynamic theories Behavioral theories Biological theories Gender differences
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Specific Paraphilias
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Unformatted text preview: Coercive paraphilias: • Voyeurism • Exhibition • Frotteurism • Sexual sadism • Pedophelia Specific Paraphilias (cont.) Noncoersive paraphilias: • Sexual masochism ▫ Sadomasochism ▫ BDSM ▫ Bondage ▫ Dominance / submission • Fetishism • Transvestic fetishism • Autoerotic asphyxia Treatment of Paraphilias Who seeks treatment? • Court-ordered • Self-distress • Relationship distress • Sexual dysfunction Types of Treatment • Incorporation therapy • Psychotherapy ▫ Cognitive-behavioral therapy ▫ Aversion therapy ▫ Covert sensitization • Orgasmic reconditioning • Drug therapy...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course COMM 150 taught by Professor Soper during the Spring '08 term at Campbell University .

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