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Sexual dysfunction: Quiz


Question 1: Sexual pain disorders affect women almost exclusively and are known as ________ (painful intercourse) or vaginismus (an involuntary spasm of the muscles of the vaginal wall that interferes with intercourse).
Sexual dysfunctionErectile dysfunctionDyspareuniaMajor depressive disorder

Question 2: ________ deficiency is a relatively rare cause of erectile dysfunction.
Endocrine systemProgesteroneTestosteroneHormone

Question 3: Other hormonal causes of erectile failure include brain tumors, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism or disorders of the ________.
TesticleEndocrine systemAdrenal glandOvary

Question 4: ________ (failure of normal lubricating arousal response)
Sexual dysfunctionErectile dysfunctionFemale sexual arousal disorderSexual fetishism

Question 5: According to Masters and Johnson ________ and climax are a normal physiological process of every functionally intact adult, but despite being autonomic it can be inhibited.
Sexual arousalClitorisMasturbationPenis

Question 6: ________ due to genital mutilation or childhood sexual abuse
Posttraumatic stress disorderBipolar disorderMajor depressive disorderAnxiety disorder

Question 7: ________ (avoidance of or lack of desire for sexual intercourse)
Sexual dysfunctionBipolar disorderHypoactive sexual desire disorderPosttraumatic stress disorder

Question 8: Since in many men the cause of sexual dysfunction is related to anxiety about performance, ________ can help.
Integrative psychotherapyPsychotherapyFamily therapyCognitive behavioral therapy

Question 9: ________ (see also asexuality, which is not classified as a disorder)
Bipolar disorderSexual dysfunctionHypoactive sexual desire disorderPosttraumatic stress disorder

Question 10: Prior to Masters and Johnson the clinical approach to sexual problems was largely derived from the thinking of ________.
ExistentialismImmanuel KantSigmund FreudWilliam James

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