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the tendency for repeated exposure to a stimulus to increase our preference for it

mere-repeated-exposure effect

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the tendency to choose a partner who is similar to oneself

assortative mating

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a set of genes that are used by the immune system to distinguish self from non-self infectious agents

major histocompatibility complex

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3 types of pickup lines

cute-flippant, innocuous, and direct

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5 types of intimacy

emotional, social, sexual, intellectual, recreational

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tool used for assessing intimacy

personal assessment of intimacy in relationships (PAIR)

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4 attachment styles

secure, preoccupied, fearful, dismissing

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what is the duplex theory of love comprised of?

the triangular theory of love and the theory of love as a story

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3 components of the triangular theory of love

passion, intimacy, commitment

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romantic, erotic, passionate love

eros

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love based on friendship and compatibility

storge

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game-playing love that does not involve commitment

ludus

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practical love that involves rational decision-making

pragma

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dependent, possessive, obsessive love

mania

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altruistic love based on giving rather than receiving

agape

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according to the 2-factor theory of love, passionate love arises when what 2 conditions are met?

intense physiological arousal and situational cues

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when physiological arousal stemming from one state is interpreted as stemming from another

misattribution of arousal

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attraction to objects

objectum sexuality

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the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse

criticism, contempt, defensiveness, stonewalling

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what percent of communication is non-verbal?

60-65%

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each partner responds to the other with increasingly negative comments or behaviours

negative reciprocity

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one person puts pressure on the other and the other partner does not engage or is defensive

demand-withdraw

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blind coders are used in what kind of coding system?

Coan and Gottman's Specific Affect Coding System

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the extent to which 2 independent observers get the same results when using the same coding system

interrater reliability

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the tendency to modify one's responses in order to appear in a favourable light

socially desirable responding

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intentionally trying to respond in a way that makes you look good

impression management

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unintentionally responding in a way that makes you look good because one perceives themselves as better than they are

self-deceptive enhancement

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a person's expectations about an upcoming event influence their behaviour and cause the event to go as they thought it would

behavioural confirmation

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a person interprets an event in a way that is consistent with their expectations

perceptual confirmation

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how is sex defined by the text?

any partnered or solo activity that is an expression of sexual arousal or desire and that results in feelings of arousal and desire

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individuals who are virgins but dont want to be; attribute it to shyness, poor body image, lack of skills

reluctant virgins

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consenting to sex but not really desiring it

sexual compliance

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intrafemoral intercourse

penis rubs between partner's legs

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tribadism

woman rubs vulva against partner's body

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what does IEMSS stand for

Interpersonal Exchange Model of Sexual Satisfaction

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theory that media influences our thoughts and behaviour by highlighting what we should pay attention to

agenda-setting theory

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theory that media portrayals create a set of shared values and expectations about reality among consumers

cultivation theory

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what does the social learning theory propose on the topic of sex in the media

individuals model characters seen in media, especially those who are rewarded

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the internet is the triple A engine of

accessibility, affordability, and anonymity

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in the DSM definition of a paraphilic disorder, criterion A specifies ?? while criterion B specifies ??

A: qualitative nature of disorder ie what the person is doing
B: negative consequences

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how long must a paraphilic disorder must be present to be diagnosed?

6 months

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4 disorders that fall under the umbrella of "courtship disorder?"

voyeuristic disorder, exhibitionistic disorder, telephone scatologia, and frotteuristic disorder

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a group of paraphilic disorders that involve pain and suffering

algolagnic disorders

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toucherism

fantasizing about or actually touching a non-consenting person

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an organization that promotes pedophilia

North American Man-Boy Love Association

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A german project to provide counselling to individuals with pedophilic interests

Prevention Project Dunkelfeld

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autogynephilia

male's paraphilic tendency to be aroused by the thought of himself as a woman

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diagnosis of a man who is aroused by the female garments he is wearing

transvestic disorder with fetishism

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spontaneous, persistent, uncontrollable genital arousal

persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)

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a persistent, often painful erection

priapism

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freud thought children could be aroused by anything, and that they were ?

polymorphous perverse

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3 risk factors for pedophilia

sexual deviance, antisocial traits, and intimacy deficits

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thoughts/statements used to excuse, rationalize, justify, minimize inappropriate behaviour

cognitive distortions

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intentionally faking or exaggerating symptoms for personal gain

malingering

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measurement, development, or administration of psychological tests

psychometrics

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diabetes can lead to peripheral neuropathy, which is

damage to nerves outside brain and spinal cord

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originating from medical, pharmacological, or surgical treatment

iatrogenic

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how do PDE-5 inhibitors work?

they dilate the arteries of the penis to keep blood flowing

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watching one's own sexual performance

spectatoring

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sex therapy exercises that involve touch

sensate focus exercises

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the third phase of master's and johnson's sensate focus exercises

non-demand genital pleasuring

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a 2 phase stress response pattern that typically follows a sexual assault

rape trauma syndrome

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three main routes to sexual offending as described by Lumiere et al

young male syndrome, competitive disadvantage, and psychopathy

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a theory suggesting that victims are in part responsible for their assaults

victim precipitation theory

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a court order requiring a person to keep a certain distance from another person or location

peace bond

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a family court order that forbids a spouse, partner, or other family member from harassing the victim

restraining order

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a civil court order (in some provinces) that provides various emergency and long-term orders to protect victims of family violence

protection order

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5 major theoretical views of sexual harassment:

socio-cultural, organizational, sex-role spillover, natural/biological/evolutionary, and 4-factor