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ANS:FREF:Coercive ParaphiliasOBJ:16-1122.Research has revealed that a significant number of people who work in morgues or funeral homes engage in necrophilia.ANS:FREF:Coercive ParaphiliasOBJ:16-1223.The criteria often used to establish alleged subconditions of hypersexuality—nymphomania and satyriasis—are subjective and value laden.ANS:TREF:Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?OBJ:16-13NOT: NEW24.A large majority of people who access the Internet for sexual purposes do not appear to experience adverse consequences.ANS:TREF:Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?OBJ:16-1325.Much debate continues to remain in the medical and psychological communities about the definition of sexual addiction.ANS:TREF:Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?OBJ:16-13SHORT ANSWER1.Define the term paraphilia and give examples. Describe how conditioning may be involved in the origin of some of these behaviors.ANS:Answer not provided.REF:What Constitutes Atypical Sexual Behavior?OBJ:16-022.Distinguish between noncoercive and coercive paraphilias, describing three examples of each.
3.Define fetishism and give examples of fetishistic behaviors. Offer some hypotheses as to how these behaviors develop.4.Distinguish between transvestism and transsexualism.ANS:Answer not provided.REF:Noncoercive ParaphiliasOBJ:16-04 | 16-055.Describe some of the problems in defining transvestic fetishism. Explain who tends to engage in this behavior, and how the behavior may develop.6.Discuss several different theories that attempt to explain why people engage in sexual sadism or masochism.ANS:Answer not provided.REF:Noncoercive ParaphiliasOBJ:16-067.Discuss some of the problems involved in labeling a behavior as “sadomasochistic” and make reference to available statistics that indicate how common it may be.8.Define exhibitionism and discuss each of the following in regard to it: how to distinguish commonplace exhibitionistic tendencies from illegal behavior; characteristics of the person who engages in this behavior and the problems with our knowledge base in this area; and hypotheses
regarding what influences the development of exhibitionistic behavior.
9.Have you ever been the victim of an exhibitionist? What were the circumstances, and what was your reaction? If, in the future, you are the victim of an exhibitionist, what do you intend to do?10.
Describe some of the characteristics that individuals who engage in exhibitionism and voyeurism have in common.