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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Erotophilia, Erotophobia, Sexual Arousal

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20 Feb 2014
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1 factor to influence sexual behaviour is indiv"s tendency to respond to sexual cues w/typical types of emotions: byrne said this term evaluative, atti
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Classical Conditioning, Sexual Arousal, Dcf Interframe Space

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20 Feb 2014
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Sex may occur for reasons other than pleasure (but won"t last as long or be pursued with as much enthusiasm: sexual motivation, motivation as cause of
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Transvestic Fetishism, Role Theory, Transsexual

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20 Feb 2014
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Psyc 391 ch 6: primary reason for having surgery soon after birth is to reduce anxiety and uncertainty/unhappiness over gender ambiguity (of parents, *
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Prenatal Hormones And Sexual Orientation, Secondary Sex Characteristic

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20 Feb 2014
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Sexual interest apparently reaches peak immediately before or after menstruation. Supported by research on men receiving androgen replacement therapy.
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Christian Fundamentalism, Sexual Ethics, Progressive Christianity

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20 Feb 2014
7
)- therefore sexuality came into being when we had developed a specific understanding of sexual behavior and rlnshps. Dif explanations for homosexual b
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Sexual Identity, Sexual Orientation, Premarital Sex

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20 Feb 2014
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Victorian Era, Late Middle Ages, Premarital Sex

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20 Feb 2014
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Psyc 391 ch3= the history of sexuality: christianity became predominant religion in europe after fall of roman empire and established procreation view
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Breastfeeding, Child Sexuality, Sexual Identity

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20 Feb 2014
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Psyc 391- ch 13 (sexuality in the early years and adolescence) Intro: historically children viewed as completely devoid of sexual nature/feelings. Any
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Social Exchange Theory, Unrequited Love, Casual Sex

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20 Feb 2014
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The path that relationships usually follow: kindling the flame: how to signal romantic interest. Showing interest in variety of ways, no single process
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SFUPSYC 391Kim BartholomewSpring

PSYC 391 Chapter Notes -Christian Fundamentalism, Sexual Ethics, Progressive Christianity

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20 Feb 2014
24
)- therefore sexuality came into being when we had developed a specific understanding of sexual behavior and rlnshps. Dif explanations for homosexual b
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