Human sexual response:
1. What are the phases of the response, according to Masters and Johnson?
a. How do the phases of the response differ between men and women? How are they the same?
b. Updated models of the sexual response that take into account desire and drive
c. Neural control of the sexual response in females
i. What is transudation? What is transudate?
ii. Which neurotransmitters play a role in genital sexual arousal?
d. Neural control of the sexual response in males
i. What tissues are involved?
ii. What is the role of the parasympathetic nervous system?
iii. What the role does NO play during sexual arousal?
iv. What does Viagra do?
v. What alternatives are there to Viagra in men who have lost all parasympathetic input to their penis? Why do these alternatives work?
e. What are the differences between reflexogenic and psychogenic sexual responses?
f. What are the causes of hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and what are the treatment options?
i. Keep the dual control model of sexual desire in mind when thinking about this question.
g. What are the treatment options for premature ejaculation?
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