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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 395
Professor
Denti
Semester
Fall

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E 10/29/2013 10­29­13 Sexual Sadism­you hurt someone else and get sexually aroused  Masochism you do it to yourself  Pedophilia­ recurrent intense sexually arousing fantasies sexual urges or behaviors involving sexual activity  with a prepubescent child or children Sexually attracted to children or very young adolescents Victims of pedophilia tend to be young children, victims of insest tend to be girls who are beginning to  mature physically  Incestuous males are more aroused by adult women than are males with pedophilia who focus almost  exclusively on children Most child molesters are not physically abusive to their victims and often rationalize their behavior as loving  the child or teaching the child useful lessons about sexuality  Poorest outcomes= rapists/multiple paraphilia best predictors of treatment failure are unstable relationships denial multiple victims Chapter 11 Drugs Perspective on substance­related disorders Levels of involvement Substance use Intoxication Substance abuse Substance dependence  Difference b/w substance abuse and dependency eliminated in DSM 5  Substance related disorders involve problems associated with using or abusing substances that alter our  mood or feelings Substance use­ simply the ingestion of psychoactive substances in moderate amounts that does not  significantly interfere with educational, social or occupational functioning Substance intoxication­ reversible substance specific syndrome due to the ingestion or exposure to  a substance  Perspectives on Substance­ Related Disorders  Substance use disorder (new)­ substance is often taken in larger amounts or over a longer period  than was intended  There is a persistent desire or unsuccessful effort to cut down or control substance use a great deal of time is spent in activities necessary to obtain substance, use the substance or recover from  its effects failure to fulfill major role obligations at work, school, or home  important social, occupational, or recreational activities are given up or reduced because of substance use  use in situations in which it is physically hazardous (driving car) recurrent substances related legal problems  continued use despite having persistent social or interpersonal problems exacerbated by the effects of the  substance  tolerance withdrawal­substance specific syndrome  substance dependence­usu
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