Psychological and social factors KEY TERMS Monogamy Bigamy Polygyny Concubines

Psychological and social factors key terms monogamy

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e. Psychological and social factors KEY TERMS: Monogamy Bigamy Polygyny Concubines Harems Polyandry The practical marriage The breadwinner-homemaker marriage The expressive marriage Optimizing available resources The marriage hack intervention The excitement intervention The relationship awareness intervention Investing more resources Requiring less resources Polyamory Serial monogamy model companionship-passion dilemma hub and spoke model molecular model polyfidelity group marriage compersion esther perel pepper Schwarz and Janet Lever
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Fetishes, Kinks, and Paraphilias 1.What is a fetish?a.What are common fetishes?b.What is an objectophile/Partialism?c.How has the Internet facilitated the normalization of fetishes?2.Various reasons for cross dressinga.Practicalityb.Entertainmentc.Transvestic fetishismd.Autogynephilia3.Describe sadomasochism a.Describe BDSMb.Altered states of consciousnessi.Transient Hypofrontality & Flow4.What is a paraphiliac disorder? How is it defined/different from a paraphilia/kink? What criteria must met?5.Define the various types of paraphilic disordersa.Exhibitionismi.Scatalogiab.Voyeurismc.Frotteurismd.Pedophilia6.What types of traits do people with paraphilic disorders often have?7.Describe what we know about pedophiles.8.What is the difference between a pedophile and a child molester?9.Why do paraphiliac disorders develop? a. Genes? b. Anatomical differences in the brain? c. A learned response? i. Classical conditioning ii. Cycle of abuse d. Courtship disorder e. Lack of sexual alternatives f. Hypersexuality & Obsessive compulsive disorder 10. How are paraphiliac disorders treated? Are these treatments effective? a. Psychotherapeutic treatments i. Cognitive therapy ii. Relapse prevention therapy b. Behavior therapy i. Aversion therapy ii. Masturbatory reconditioning c. Drug treatments i. SSRIs ii. Deprovera/Chemical castration iii. Surgical castration as a last resort
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Key Terms Partialism Fetish Objectophilia Tranvestism Autogynephilia Sadomasochism BDSM Transient Hypofrontality Flow Paraphilia Paraphilic disorder Exhibitionism Scatalogia Voyeurism Frotteurism Frottage Pedophilia Pedophile Child Molester Intrafamilial Child Molester Extrafamilial Child Molester Zoophiles Bestiality Necrophilia Infantalism/adult baby Somnophilia/ sleeping beauty syndrome Asphyxiophilia Uro-, Corpro-, Myso-, Klisma-, Sangua- philia Classical Conditioning Hypersexuality Aversion Therapy Masturbatory Reconditioning Relapse Prevention Therapy Serotonin Selective Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) Surgical Castration
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Sexual (Dys)function 1. Differences in the way that males and females experience sexual dysfunctions 2. Two categories of sexual dysfunction a. Deficiencies b. Overexcitement 3. Sexual dysfunctions in lesbian, gay and transgender individuals 4. Premature ejaculation a. Average time span before ejaculation b. Causes of premature ejaculation c. Treatment of premature ejaculation 5. Delayed Ejaculation 6. Erectile Disorder a. Causes i. Physical factors leading to erectile disorders ii. Psychological factors leading to erectile disorders b. Treatment 7. Female Sexual Arousal Disorder 8. Sexual Pain a.
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