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93. A sexual variation in which a person obtains sexual gratification by having intercourse with a corpse is called a. necrophilia. b. klismaphilia. c. coprophilia. d. mortuphilia. ANS: A REF: Coercive Paraphilias OBJ: 16-12
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94. ____ involves a person, usually male, who becomes aroused by pressing or rubbing against a fully- clothed female in a crowded elevator or bus. REF: Coercive Paraphilias OBJ: 16-12
MSC: TYPE: Factual 95. The majority of people who have engaged in zoophilia are REF: Coercive Paraphilias OBJ: 16-12
MSC: TYPE: Factual 96. To describe problematic sexual behavior, sexologists John Bancroft and Zoran Vukadinovic prefer to use the more general descriptive term REF: Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?
OBJ: 16-13 MSC: TYPE: Factual NOT: NEW 97. Generally speaking, most professional treatment programs for sex addiction are a. available on an out-patient basis at most hospitals. b. available only at a few locations in the United States that specialize in sex addiction. c. community-based and not formal treatment programs. d. modeled after the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. ANS: D REF: Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?
OBJ: 16-13 MSC: TYPE: Factual NOT: NEW 98. The traditional term for men who have insatiable sexual needs is REF: Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?
OBJ: 16-13 MSC: TYPE: Factual 99. Sexologists disagree about the existence of sexual addiction because REF: Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?
OBJ: 16-13 MSC: TYPE: Factual NOT: NEW
100. According to Bancroft and Vukadinovic, sexual addiction and compulsive sexual behavior need REF: Sexual Addiction: Fact, Fiction, or Misnomer?
OBJ: 16-13 MSC: TYPE: Factual TRUE/FALSE 1. The term “paraphilia” is currently used to describe sexual behavior that is uncommon. REF: What Constitutes Atypical Sexual Behavior?
OBJ: 16-01 2. Paraphilias, by definition, are nonconsensual. REF: What Constitutes Atypical Sexual Behavior?
OBJ: 16-01 3. According to John Money, atypical sexual behavior is more prevalent among men than women because men are influenced by greater amounts of androgen than women are.

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