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Quiz Questions. What are the categories of DSM sexual disorders? Sexual dysfunciton Paraphilia Gender identity disoder a and b 2. Which is NOT in the DSM? Gender identity disorder Pedophilia Homosexuality Frotteurism. More Quiz Questions.

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quiz questions
Quiz Questions
  • What are the categories of DSM sexual disorders?
    • Sexual dysfunciton
    • Paraphilia
    • Gender identity disoder
    • a and b

2. Which is NOT in the DSM?

    • Gender identity disorder
    • Pedophilia
    • Homosexuality
    • Frotteurism
more quiz questions
More Quiz Questions

3. Which is characterized by rubbing against a nonconsenting person?

a. exhibitionism

b. voyeurism

c. sexual masochism

d. frotteurism

4. What is male orgasmic disorder?

  • ejaculation w/ minimal sexual contact
  • delayed or absent orgasm
  • either a or b
last quiz questions
Last Quiz Questions
  • Which involves being humiliated, beaten, bound, etc.?
    • exhibitionism
    • frotteurism
    • masochism
    • voyeurism
  • Recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, urges, or behaviors involving nonhumans, suffering of self or partner, children. (For some these are necessary for erotic arousal & always inc. in sexual activity; for other these occur episodically.)
types of paraphilias
Types of Paraphilias
  • Exhibitionism - exposing genitals to (unsuspecting) stranger(s), most common sex crime in U.S., rare outside, involves shock & risk, often distant from victim, needs to display masculinity w/o having to perform
other paraphilias
Other Paraphilias
  • Voyeurism - illegal, secretive nature is arousing, most don’t ever commit more serious sex crimes (but Bundy did)
  • Fetishism - involving (nonliving) objects, depression, anxiety, loneliness
more types of paraphilias
More Types of Paraphilias
  • Sexual sadism - involves psychological or physical suffering
  • Sexual masochism - involves act (real, not simulated) of being humiliated, beaten, bound, otherwise made to suffer
more on paraphilias
More on Paraphilias
  • Transvestic fetishism - cross-dressing for sexual arousal in heterosexual male (for over 6 mo.)
  • Frotteurism - rubbing against nonconsenter
  • Molestation of prepubescent child, most heavily punished paraphilia
  • Most conflicted re sexuality vs. religion
  • Feel guilty, doomed
  • Lack confidence, uneasy in social & sexual situations w/ adults
etiology of paraphilias
Etiology of Paraphilias
  • Over 90% committed by males
  • Classical conditioning - pairing of stimulus w/ sexual arousal
  • Social learning - hx of inappropriate sexual & aggressive experiences, poor social skills, hostility toward women
tx of paraphilias
Tx of Paraphilias
  • Most research done on sex offenders (atypical group)
  • Cognitive-behavioral tx predominates
  • Aversion tx - harmless shock
  • Empathy training - inc. role reversal
  • Desensitization & social skills trg. - unlearn anxiety & approach more appropriate partners ( in appropriate manner)
gender identity disorder
Gender Identity Disorder
  • Strong, persistent identification w/ other sex
  • Persistent discomfort w/ sex, inappropriateness in gender role
  • R/O physical intersex condition
  • As child
    • Cross dressing
    • Cross sex roles
    • Played w/ other sex
    • Insisting is other sex
sexual response cycle
Sexual Response Cycle
  • Desire - inc. fantasies
  • Excitement - subjective pleasure, physiological changes
  • Orgasm - peaking of pleasure, ejaculation or vaginal wall contractions
  • Resolution - differs for sexes, refractory period
  • Sexual Dysfunctions at any of first 3
sexual desire disorders
Sexual Desire Disorders
  • Most common sexual dysfunction, may be on rise, others may be secondary (Kaplan)
  • Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder - little or no interest in sex (for age, etc.)
  • Sexual Aversion Disorder - disgust, fear, revulsion to one of all aspects of sex, often result of sexual abuse, assault
sexual arousal disorders
Sexual Arousal Disorders
  • Female Sexual Arousal Disorder - persistent, recurrent inability to attain or maintain lubrication-swelling responsee
  • Male Erectile Disorder (impotence) - recurrent inability to attain or maintain erection til end of activity, may be secondary to alcohol, diabetes, distinguish from occasional problem in gaining or sustaining erection
orgasmic disorders
Orgasmic Disorders
  • Female Orgasmic Disorder - no orgasm when stimulation adequate, 1 in 4 have difficulty reaching orgasm
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Retarded Ejaculation - usually no orgasm w/ partner, only masturbation
sexual pain disorders
Sexual Pain Disorders
  • Dyspareunia - genital pain upon intercourse, rare in men, can be from vaginal dryness, antihistamines, injury or irritation
  • Vaginismus - involuntary contraction of muscles of outer third of vagina (5-17% of women)
sexual dysfunction tx masters johnson
Sexual Dysfunction Tx (Masters & Johnson)
  • Sensate focus is tx of choice for impaired excitement in females, erectile dysfunction in males
    • Pleasuring
    • Genital stimulation
    • Nondemand intercourse (no pressure for orgasm)
  • Female orgasmic disorder treated w/ masturbation homework
  • Squeeze technique for premature ejaculation