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Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response65. For most people, _____ is the desired phase of the sexual response cycle, but it maynot occur every time they engage in sexual intercourse.
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response66. Which of the following is the last phase of sexual response?
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response67. In the sexual response cycle, _____ involves the relaxation of the body and a feelingof psychological wellness, as the extra blood in the genitals that caused erectiondrains out and the genitals return to their normal state.
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response68. Which of the following is a difference in sexual response between men and women?Men experience a plateau phase but women do not.During orgasm, endorphins are released in women's brains but not inmen's.Men are more likely than women to experience multiple orgasms.Most women experience a refractory period following an orgasm.Men experience a refractory period following orgasm.
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response69. Identify the most distinct difference between the EPOR model and Kaplan's model ofsexual response.
Inclusion of the desire phaseInclusion of the plateau phaseInclusion of the resolution phaseRemoval of the refractory periodBlooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response70. In Kaplan's model of sexual response, the _____ is described as a prelude to physicalresponse.
Multiple Choice QuestionBlooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Response CyclesTopic: Sexual Arousal and Response

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AnnetteM.Schonder
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