Cyterski PSYC 3230
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Date Created: 11/05/15
Lecture Notes, Week 11 October 26, 2015 Female Orgasmic Disorder o Persistent failure to reach an orgasm o Could also be low intensity orgasms or extreme delay in orgasm o Must produce some sort of distress or dysfunction in sufferer’s life in order to be diagnosed o ~24% of women o Often attributed to lack of experience or little/no sexual education Treatment for Sexual Dysfunction o Behavioral therapy (1950s and 1960s) Relaxation training Systematic desensitization (if problem is rooted in a fear) Misinformation Lack of effective sexual techniques o 1970s: Human Sexual Inadequacy Masters and Johnson Sensate focus—learning to relax and focus on sensations that are happening in the present, learn “what feels good” Vacuum constriction devices—used to produce an erection Squeeze technique—used to reduce arousal “stop/start” technique Planned Parenthood website – “read about anything to do with sex, A to Z!” Paraphilic Disorder o Intense sexual urges, fantasies or behaviors that involve objects or situations outside the usual sexual norm, including children, nonconsenting adults, nonhumans, or the experience of suffering/humiliation o Most common in men – “8 or 9 of 10 people diagnosed with paraphilic disorders are men” o Typically impulsive personalities o Significant distress/impairment OR a risk of harm Might not cause distress to sufferer, but may cause distress to partner (ex. young boys) o Often, sexual arousal depends on out-of-the-norm sexual preferences Fetishistic Disorders o Nonliving objects, often the exclusion of all other stimuli o Learned from classical conditioning o Aversion therapy o Masturbatory satiation o Orgasmic reorientation—therapy patient is asked to masturbate to a fantasy of something they wish to be aroused by that is more appropriate (ex. girlfriend, wife, etc) Transvestic Disorder o Also known as transvestism or cross-dressing o Dressing in clothes of the opposite sex in order to achieve sexual arousal People with this disorder don’t desire to be the opposite sex o Men dressing as women is a lot more common 2/3 of those diagnosed are heterosexual males Gender Dysphoria o Feel that they have been born to the wrong biological sex, gender change would be desirable VIDEO: Chaz Bono’s Story – ABC News o http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/chaz-bonos-story-13567424 o Social responsibility o Sonny didn’t mind Chaz dressing/acting like a boy, Cher did October 28, 2015 Missed class Introduction to Chapter 12 October 30, 2015 FALL BREAK – NO CLASS / NO NOTES
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