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Lecture 20

Psychology 2075 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, Erectile Dysfunction, American Urological Association


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 2075
Professor
William Fisher
Lecture
20

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Week 20
Sexual Dysfunction (Sexual Hassels)
Objectives
History of sexual dysfunction
Diagnosis of sexual dysfunction
Prevalence of sexual dysfunction
Treatment of sexual dysfunction
History of Approaches to Sexual Dysfunction
Freud - everything is driven by unconscious behaviour and un-socialized and
aggressive behaviours
You would never treat the symptom, bc something worse would arise
Instead, provide insight
o Ex. If you reported that you enjoy clitoral orgasms, they would tell you
that this is immature and you would be informed of more mature
sexual patterns
Sexual Dysfunction and Therapy
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Disorders of Sexual Function:
The Sexual Response CycleMale
Disorders of Sexual Function:
The Sexual Response CycleFemale
Disorders of Sexual Function: The Sexual Response Cycle
Low sexual desire vs. hyperactive sexual desire
Low desire is just a dysfunction
Hyperactive is not a dysfunction; people assume hypersexuality is
stereotypical of men
Diagnosis of Sexual Dysfunction
Desire Phase
Arousal Phase
Orgasm Phase
Coital Pain
Definitions of FSD: DSM-IV-TR
Definitions of FSD
o You wouldnt be diagnosed with sexual aversion if you had surgery
and didnt want to have sex, or if you are clinically crazy and are
diagnosed with some sort of illness
o Sexual aversion: you have no interest, it doesnt occur to you ever
o There can be some feminist issues with this
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Definitions of FSD: DSM-IV-TR
Definitions of FSD: DSM-IV-TR
Prevalence of Sexual Dysfunction: Sexual Problems and Distress in United
States Women
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