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PSYO353-CH4: review

Psychology 353 Aspects of Human Sexuality Chapter 4 - Review
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"There is some evidence that ________ have aphrodisiac effects
(a) antihypertensives and Prozac
(b) antidepressants and antihistamines
(c) bupropion and L-dopa
(d) amyl nitrate and alcohol"
c
"Psychoactive drugs such as _______ and _______ are believed by many people to have aphrodisiac effects
(a) speed: ecstasy
(b) anti-androgens: anti-psychotics
(c) alcohol: cocaine
(d) antidepressants: antihistamines
"
c
"Alcohol may increase feelings of sexual arousal because:
(a) it has a stimulating effect on the nervous system
(b) it has a depressant effect on the nervous system
(c) people expect it to have an effect
(d) all of the above
"
c
"Frequent cocaine use can result in:
(a) urinary tract infections
(b) sexual dysfunctions
(c) phimosis
(d) damage to the foreskin"
b
"Parts of the brain involved in sexual arousal and sexual response include the:
(a) cerebellum and corpus callosum
(b) cerebral cortex and limbic system
(c) thalamus and auditory bulb
(d) medulla and central sulcus"
b
"Research suggests that gender differences in sexual arousal to visual stimuli may be related to different levels of activation in the:
(a) thalamus
(b) medulla
(c) olfactory bulb
(d) hypothalamus"
d
"The body's basic physiological responses to sexual stimulation are vasocongestion and________.
(a) orgasm
(b) resolution
(c) myotonia
(d) sex flush"
c
"The three stages of Kaplan's model of sexual response are:
(a) desire, excitement, and orgasm
(b) plateau, desire, and arousal
(c) desire, resolution, and orgasm
(d) orgasm, plateau, and resolution"
a
"Basson's model puts more emphasis on ___________ than either Masters and Johnson or Kaplan
(a) desire
(b) affection
(c) intimacy
(d) stimulation"
c
"A major impediment to sexual fulfillment among people with disabilities is:
(a) the severity of the disability
(b) the absence of any sexual feelings or desires
(c) the lack of lubrication or erection
(d) the difficulty of finding a loving and supportive partner"
d