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PSYC203-Disorder as Learning of Abberant Behaviour.docx

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University of Otago
Dione Healey

PSYC203- Disorder as Learning of Aberrant Behaviour  Normal Sexual Functioning -An absence of dysfunction definition -significant interpersonal variability and malleability of response over time -significant sociocultural variability  Kaplan’s (1979) Three Stage Model -Desire -physiological and psychological aspects of libido, under limbic and hormonal control, centrally mediated. -Excitement -peripherally mediated -Orgasm -peripherally mediated -Structure for DSM-iii and DSM-IV, but not in DSM-5 -Limitations as per Masters and Johnson  Sexual Dysfunctions- Disorder of the Sexual Response Cycle -Delayed ejaculation -Erectile disorder -Female orgasmic disorder -Female sexual interest/arousal disorder -Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder (vaginismus, dyspareunia) -Male hypoactive sexual desire disorder -Premature (early) ejaculation -Substance/medication-induced sexual dysfunction  Paraphilic Disorders- Disorders of Sexual Behaviour -Exhibitionistic Disorder -exposing genitals to unsuspecting strangers -Fetishistic Disorder -the use of nonliving objects, specific focus -Frotteuristic Disorder -touching, rubbing against nonconsenting other -Paedophilic Disorder -prepubescent children -Sexual Masochism Disorder -being made to suffer -Sexual Sadism Disorder -psychological or physical suffering of others -Transvestic Disorder -cross-dressing -Voyeuristic Disorder -observing unsuspecting other  Changing Definitions of Disorder -DSM (1952) -Sociopathic personality disturbances: sexual deviation (including homosexuality, rape) -DSM-II (1968) -Personality disorders and certain other non-psychotic mental disorders sexual deviation (including homosexuality) -DSM-III (1980) -DSM-III-R (1987) …Psychosexual disorders -DSM-IV (1994) Gender identity disorders Paraphilias Psychosexual dysfunctions Other psychosexual disorders (ego-dystonic homosexuality)  Changing Definitions of Disorder -BDSM- Bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, masochism -“Certain ‘paraplillic’ preferences are statistically abnormal but pathologically ‘neutral’… Psychiatry has a rather shameful history of collusion with institutions of political power to marginalise certain subgroups of the population, particularly women and sexual minorities. Most psychological theories are unconsciously biased towards the preservation of prevalent social mores… At this time, the data do not exist to support the idea that BDSM activities are, by themselves, evidence of psychopathology” -“A different, affirming view of BDSM is taken in this paper”  Epidemiology of Fetishism (Fetishistic Disorder) -Predominantly male, almost never diagnosed in females. -Course and Features: -Onset typically in child
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