ntoes for midterm 1 for human sexualiuty

ntoes for midterm 1 for human sexualiuty - POINTS TO...

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POINTS TO REMEMBER 1. Be able to name your genitals and those of the opposite sex. Know where they are located and what they do. 2. Know the reproductive glands/cells/chromosomes/ hormones. 3. How does the fertility regulation feedback loop operate & why is it called a feedback loop? What is the same in males and females and what is different? Do men and women have different hormonal cycles? How are they different? 4. What three organs contribute to the seminal fluid? 5. Know the average life span of an ovum and a sperm. 6. Know when in the menstrual cycle pregnancy is most likely to occur. 7. Theoretically, what causes menstrual synchrony? When is it most likely to occur? 8. What does the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend concerning circumcision? HORMONES
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I. Summary of Male and Female Gonads II. Fertility Feedback Loop III. Sexual Response System vs. Reproductive System IV. Male Fertility V. Menstrual Cycle A. Ways of detecting ovulation B. PMS C. Dysmenorrhea D. Menstrual synchrony HUMAN SEXUAL RESPONSE
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I. Sexual Response Cycle A. Two aspects of arousal 1. Psychological 2. Spinal reflex (physiological) B. Vasocongestion 1. Female 2. Male C. Most sensitive areas 1. Female 2. Male D. Stages Desire/Interest 1. Excitement/Arousal 2. Plateau 3. Orgasm/Climax 4. Resolution/Refractory Period E. Hormones 1. Testosterone 2. Oxytocin E. Dr. Ruth on Intercourse, Masturbation, Oral Sex POINTS TO REMEMBER
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1. WHAT ARE THE 4 PHASES OF THE SEXUAL RESPONSE CYCLE? 2. WHAT ARE THE TWO ASPECTS OF THE SEXUAL RESPONSE SYSTEM THAT CAUSE VASOCONGESTION? WHAT IS VASOCONGESTION? WHAT IS THE RESULT OF VASOCONGESTION FOR MALES AND FOR FEMALES? 3. WHAT ARE THE MOST SENSITIVE AREAS IN MALES ? IN FEMALES? 4. IS THE SEXUAL RESPONSE CYCLE THE SAME IN MALES AND FEMALES? How? 5. WHAT HORMONE IS MOST LIKELY TO AFFECT SEX DRIVE IN MEN? IN WOMEN? 6. WHAT HORMONE MAY BE IMPLICATED IN BONDING IN HUMANS ? 7. UNDERSTAND THE RELATIONSHIP AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM AND THE SEXUAL RESPONSE SYSTEM. 8. DEFINE: ENDOMETRIOSIS PHEROMONE PROSTAGLANDIN
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CIRCUMCISION DYSMENORRHEA MYOTONIA TRANSUDATION Summary in table format: FEMALE MALE Gonads/ Glands Ovaries Testes Cell Ovum/Egg Sperm Chromosome in Cell X X or Y Sex Hormones Estrogen/ Testosterone (Mature adult) Progesterone POINTS TO REMEMBER
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1. KNOW THE TWO LEVELS OF BIOLOGICAL PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT 2. WHAT IS NECESSARY FOR PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT TO PRODUCE A MALE? A FEMALE? 3.
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