William masters and virginia johnson contributed all

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4. William Masters and Virginia Johnson contributed all of the following to our understanding of human sexual behavior EXCEPT they did not a. provide detailed descriptions of the physiological responses that accompany sexual activity. b. support Freud’s distinction between clitoral and vaginal orgasms. c. discover the physiological similarity in the responses of men and women. d. determine that women reached orgasm primarily through stimulation of the clitoris. 5. All of the following make up the vulva EXCEPT the 6. The sole function of the clitoris is 7. What part of a male’s penis is permanently removed in circumcision? True/False 8. To say that masturbation is an immature form of sexual behavior is a value judgment. a. True b. False 9. Havelock Ellis believed that homosexuality was learned.
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10. The American Psychiatric Association has removed homosexuality from its list of psychological disorders. Short Answer 1. How did Havelock Ellis view masturbation? a. Answer: He believed that it was widespread, that it was not abnormal, that it was not linked to a mental or physical problem, and that it had a positive function: it relieved tension. 2. List and describe the two main physiological processes involved in sexual arousal. a. Answer: Vasocongestion: concentration of blood in certain tissues of the body (e.g., in the clitoris and penis). Myotonia: increased muscle tension to the point of involuntary contractions during orgasm. Answer Key 1. D 2. D 3. C 4. B 5. D 6. A 7. B 8. A-TRUE 9. B-FALSE 10. A-TRUE
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