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Sexual obsessions: Quiz


Question 1: People with sexual obsessions are particularly likely to have co-occurring aggressive and religious obsessions, ________, and higher rates of impulse control disorders (Grant et al., 2006).
Mood disorderMajor depressive disorderSchizoaffective disorderBipolar disorder

Question 2: Common themes include homosexuality, unfaithfulness, deviant behaviors, pedophilia, ________, the unfaithfulness or suitability of one's partner, and profane thoughts combining religion and sex.
AIDS dementia complexAIDSHIVICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseases

Question 3: Medications specifically for OCD (typically ________ medications) will help alleviate the anxiety but will also cause some sexual dysfunction in about a third of patients (Bystritsky 2004).
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitorMirtazapineSerotonin reuptake inhibitorTricyclic antidepressant

Question 4: Fortunately, sexual obsessions respond to the same type of effective treatments available for other forms of OCD -- ________ and serotonergic antidepressant medications (SSRIs).
Impulse (psychology)Thought suppressionCognitive behavioral therapyEdna B. Foa

Question 5: Sexual obsessions in OCD rarely produce ________ because anxiety and arousal cannot occupy the same space.
OrgasmSexual arousalPenisClitoris

Question 6: Sexual obsessions are obsessions with sex, and in the context of ________ (OCD) these are extremely common (Foa et al., 1995).
Obsessive–compulsive disorderSocial anxiety disorderHypochondriasisMajor depressive disorder

Question 7: Drugs specifically for ________ (i.e.
HypersexualityErectile dysfunctionSexual fetishismSexual dysfunction

Question 8: For example, sexual thoughts are common to people with paraphilias, ________, sexual dysfunction, sexual addiction and as part of the normal fantasy life of the general population.
Anxiety disorderMajor depressive disorderBipolar disorderPosttraumatic stress disorder

Question 9: ________ involves obsessions—unwanted thoughts or images that are unsettling or interfere with an individual's life, followed by compulsions—actions that temporarily relieve the anxiety caused by the obsessions (APA 2000).
HypochondriasisSocial anxiety disorderObsessive–compulsive disorderMajor depressive disorder

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