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1 Chapter 10--Study Guide Student: 1. The difference between hypoactive sexual desire disorder and sexual aversion disorder is that A. hypoactive sexual desire disorder involves excessive sexual desire. B. sexual aversion disorder involves excessive sexual desire. C. hypoactive sexual desire disorder involves fear, panic, or disgust brought about by the thought of sex or a brief touch. D. sexual aversion disorder involves fear, panic, or disgust brought about by the thought of sex or a brief touch. 2. &&&& refers to psychological dissatisfaction with one’s biological gender. A. Paraphilia B. Gender identity disorder C. Transvestic fetishism D. Dyspareunia 3. &&&& describes a group of disorders in which sexual arousal occurs in the context of inappropriate objects or non-consenting people. A. Paraphilia B. Gender identity disorder C. Transvestic fetishism D. Dyspareunia E. My diary 4. The incidence of &&&& shows the largest difference between the genders in sexual behaviors. A. oral sex B. casual sex C. masturbation D. unprotected sex 5. The major aspect(s) involved in the assessment of sexual behavior include(s): A. interviewing B. thorough medical evaluation C. psychophysiological assessment D. all of the above
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2 6. Which of the following is not a paraphilia? A. sadistic rape B. fetishism C. exhibitionism D. sexual sadism 7. Major biological contributions to the development of sexual dysfunctions include: A. endocrine deficiencies B. neurobiological diseases C. anxiety D. both a and c 8. Research reports have suggested that homosexuality is A. more likely concordant among monozygotic twins than among dizygotic twins or non-twin siblings. B. associated with exposure to hormones before birth. C. dependent upon certain environmental contributions. D. all of the above 9. If a man can obtain a normal erectile response while asleep, but not while with a partner, the cause of his sexual dysfunction likely A. is psychological in nature. B. is physiological in nature. C. involves problems with his biological clock. D. is non-existent. E. is still unknown. 10. &&&& is defined as recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors involving acts in which the psychological or physical suffering of a victim is sexually exciting to a person. Recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors involving acts of being humiliated, beaten, bound, or otherwise made to suffer is characteristic of &&&&. A. Sexual sadism; sadistic rape B. Sexual sadism; sexual masochism C. Sexual masochism; sadistic rape D. Sadistic rape; sexual masochism 11. Which of the following is NOT characteristic of sex disorders involving pain? A. The two types of pain disorders are dyspareunia and vaginismus. B. Vaginismus is more common than dyspareunia.
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