An orgasm is a period during which a man cannot

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57. An orgasm is: a period during which a man cannot achieve an erection. a feeling of psychological wellness. an increase in sensitivity to touch. the reaction of the body to a specific stimulus resulting in arousal. simply a series of rhythmic muscle contractions. Page 15 of 31
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Understand Difficulty: Medium Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 58. In men, _____ involves rapid contractions of the prostate gland, the seminal vesicles, and the vas deferens, which generally produce an ejaculation of semen.
orgasm resolution Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 59. During _____ women experience rapid contractions around the vagina that may or may not produce a vaginal secretion or ejaculate.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 60. For both women and men, _____ involves increased muscle tension throughout the body and then relaxation, especially in the pelvic area.
sex flush orgasm vasocongestion resolution Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 61. During which of the following phases of the sexual response cycle are endorphins released in the brain? Plateau phase Orgasm Refractory period Excitement phase Resolution Page 16 of 31
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Understand Difficulty: Medium Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 62. _____ are chemicals produced in the brain during strenuous exercise, excitement, pain, and orgasm that may alter our emotions in the period after orgasm.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Medium Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response 63. In human, endorphins are produced by the:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Hard Heading: Sexual Response Cycles Topic: Sexual Arousal and Response

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