It appears that the drug that truly contains aphrodisiac properties is Cialis

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90) It appears that the drug that truly contains aphrodisiac properties is Cialis. 90) ______ 91) One of the breakthroughs in drug therapy which restores erections to many men is the drug Viagra. 91) ______ 92) Viagra enhances female orgasm through intercourse by facilitating clitoral erection. 92) ______
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 93) Zilbergeld and Evans initiated their critical appraisal of Masters and Johnson's work 93) ______ A)after finding that they were unable to get success rates as dramatic as the ones reported by Masters and Johnson.B)because of the high relapse rate reported by Masters and Johnson. C)at the request of former patients who experienced harmful effects after Masters and Johnson's therapy. D)because of Masters and Johnson's failure to follow up on any of their patients. 94) Which of the following criticisms of Masters and Johnson's work was advanced by Zilbergeld and Evans (1980)? 94) ______ 95) Masters and Johnson's work, Human Sexual Inadequacy (1970), has been criticized over the last fifteen years. This criticism has been based upon 95)
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______ 96) Which of the following is a correct statement about a treatment for certain sexual disorders? 96) ______ 97) Which of the following is NOT a possible reason that therapists have been unable to replicate the success rates that Masters and Johnson were getting in therapy? 97) ______ A)Therapists' definitions of success are more stringent than Masters and Johnson's were. B)
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Masters and Johnson reported non-failure rates not success rates. C)Therapists are not conducting good therapy. D)Clients are significantly different than Masters and Johnson saw.
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  • Fall '11
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  • Sexual intercourse, Sexual arousal, sexual arousal disorder, Orgasm, erectile disorder

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