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All the systems below are involved in sexual arousal resulting from the transmission of stimuli largely made up of messages sent through nerves except ______.
A. digestive
B. nervous system
C. reticular activating system
D. limbic system
E. autonomic nervous system
The sequence of physiological and psychological reactions as a result of sexual arousal is known as
A. the sexual response cycle
B. the stimulus involved in a reaction
C. the excitement phase of the response cycle
D. sex flushing of the skin
E. an extended excitement phase
During the excitement phase people will focus ______.
A. reaching orgasm quickly
B. soley on their partner’s satisfaction
C. on their orgasm first and then on their partner’s
D. primarily on simultaneous orgasm
E. on their own satisfaction, on their partner’s satisfaction or on both.
During the plateau phase in men, _______.
A. the testes move away from the body cavity
B. muscle tension decreases
C. the testes move toward the body cavity
D. there are muscular contractions of the vas deferens
E. ejaculation occurs
Research shows that the actual reason for the last several thousand of the world’s tigers being endangered is because ingesting male tiger penis soup enhances sexual response.
A. True
B. False
Whether the sexual experience is interpreted as positive or negative during the reflection phase may determine
A. the extent of the reflection phase
B. the psycho-physiological surprise
C. the duration of the seduction phase
D. desire for subsequent sexual activity
E. the occurrence of the surrender phase
______ is the means of preventing pregnancy from occurring during sexual intercourse.
A. monogamy
B. contraception
C. polygamy
D. misogyny
E. sexuality
Perfect use describes the ability of a contraceptive method to
A. enable pregnancy in any setting.
B. enable pregnancy as measured by researchers in a controlled laboratory setting.
C. prevent pregnancy as measured by consistent and correct use.
D. prevent pregnancy as actually used at home by people not being monitored by researchers.
E. prevent sexual intercourse as actually used at home by people not being monitored by researchers
Typical use describes the ability of a contraceptive method to
A. enable pregnancy in any setting.
B. enable pregnancy as measured by researchers in a controlled laboratory setting.
C. prevent pregnancy as measured by researchers in a controlled laboratory setting.
D. prevent pregnancy as actually used at home by people not being monitored by researchers
E. prevent sexual intercourse as actually used at home by people not being monitored by researchers.
Abstinence means not having any type of
A. sexual contact
B. communication
C. relationship
D. sexual activity
E. sexual intercourse