Chapter 6 Sexual Arousal and Response
... – This behavior causes significant distress and
interferes with a person’s ability to work, interact with
friends, and other important areas.
– To be diagnosed with a paraphilia, a person must
experience symptoms for six months or more.
Chapters 14 15 and 16
... – Often due to relationship problems, or
internalized negative attitudes about sex
– Very common
• Sexual aversion disorder (SAD)
– Extreme, irrational fear of sexual activity
– Often due to sexual abuse or assault
Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders
... objects/conditions of sexual fantasies,
urges, or behaviors.
• Symptoms present for at least 6 months.
• Distress or interpersonal impairment is
necessary for diagnoses to be given.
... Since men are viewed as conquerors,
ingressive males occasionally receive the
dreaded sissy label
On the other hand, some males get a big
charge from bragging about sexual
But for women, looking sexy is desirable,
but engaging in relations is a dilemma –
lose the guy or be labeled easy
McCammon IM Chapter 16
... Types of Paraphilias - 1
• Exhibitionism: Intense, recurrent sexual urge (for at
least 6 months) to expose one’s genitals to a stranger.
• Frotteurism: Recurring, intense, sexual urges (for at
least 6 months) accompanied by fantasies of touching
or rubbing, often with the genitals, against a
... How has Sexual Expression in
Advertising and in the Media
Changed Over the Past Century?
Chapter One Concept Checks
... aroused by slowly undressing while others are watching, and she fantasizes about
what they are thinking. Susie’s behavior is called _________.
6. What Peeping Tom will be shocked to find out is that “Susie” is actually Scott, a man
who can become aroused only if he wears feminine clothing. Scott’s b ...
Paraphilias and Sexual Variants
... • “Paraphilias and paraphilia-related disorders are more clinically prevalent than most
clinicians suspect. Since these disorders are cloaked in shame and guilt, it is common
that the diagnosis of these conditions may not be adequately revealed until a therapeutic
alliance is firmly established. Ev ...
... No mandate currently to report unless it involves
abuse of minor or elderly
Introduction to Sex Education
... Middle East. Some laws have been passed to
try and ban the use of FGM.
Used for cultural, religious, tradition and
Phar Discussion week 13
... SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) stimulate certain serotonin receptors that can
cause a decrease in dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, which can have an effect on your
libido. She has been on an antidepressant SSRIs for 6 months and all SSRIs have been
documented as having sexu ...
Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault
... Child sexual abuse is a sexual act of power, aggression and violence imposed on a child. The
crime of luring a child into sexual activities is sadly common because of the powerful and
dominant position of the adult or older adolescent perpetrator. This is in sharp contrast to the
child's age, depend ...
Study Guide Quiz 5
... 9. What are the benefits of “I” language? Be able to detect when someone is taking
responsibility for their actions, emotions, and pleasure through the usage of “I” language.
10. What are suggestions does the text give to help express and receive criticism? What is a
healthy motive behind expressing ...
Clouds and Rain General
... Modern Common Sense
– The delights of the flesh are:
• sinful at worst, an unavoidable necessity at best.
• detrimental to spiritual accomplishment
• the root of rebirth and suffering.
Behavioral: Childhood experiences based on
operant conditioning and social learning
Buunk, B. - Routledge
... the result of the partner’s sexual attraction to a rival that is real, imagined, or
considered likely to occur (Bringle & Buunk, 1985). In line with this definition,
the Anticipated Sexual Jealousy Scale (ASJS) measures the degree to which the
idea of sexual attraction felt by one’s partner for anot ...
... Deviant sexual attraction
Fetishism - Objects
Transvestic fetishism – Cross-dressing
Sexual sadism – Orgasm through inflicting pain
Sexual masochism – Orgasm through receiving
pain or humiliation
Voyeurism – Gratification by watching others
Exhibitionism – Arousal from exposure of genitals
in public ...
DSM-5 and Paraphilias: What Psychiatrists Need
... sexual deviations were unlawful or psychopathic. DSM-II defined sexual deviations in a broad
category as “personality disorders and certain other nonpsychotic mental disorders.” DSM-II sexual
deviations included sexual orientation disturbance (homosexuality), fetishism, pedophilia,
transvestism, exh ...
Modules 39 and 40 PowerPoint Notes
... Men generally suffer from two kinds of sexual
problems: premature ejaculation and erectile
disorder. Women may suffer from orgasmic
... • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexual Addiction (Sexual Compulsion) Sexual addiction is
... Clinical nymphomania is comparatively seldom. In the past, it was often used for
women whose sexuality fell outside of the societal norms of their time. For example, in the
19th century, sexual behaviour such as masturbation or sex outside of marriage were not
tolerated and often strictly punished. ...
Paraphilia (also known as sexual perversion and sexual deviation) is the experience of intense sexual arousal to atypical objects, situations, or individuals. No consensus has been found for any precise border between unusual sexual interests and paraphilic ones. There is debate over which, if any, of the paraphilias should be listed in diagnostic manuals, such as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or the International Classification of Diseases.The number and taxonomy of paraphilias is under debate; one source lists as many as 549 types of paraphilias. The DSM-5 has specific listings for eight paraphilic disorders. Several sub-classifications of the paraphilias have been proposed, and some argue that a fully dimensional, spectrum or complaint-oriented approach would better reflect the evidence.