Sexual Response Love Sexual Behaviors Fantasy Attraction/Jealousy

100

What is oxytocin?
This is sometimes referred to as the "love" hormone

100

What is a lasting love relationship?
This requires frequent positive interaction, not avoiding conflict.

100

What is celibacy?
Parital and complete are two forms of this sexual behavior.

100

What is a nocturnal orgasm?
Fantasizing during a dream made lead to this type of orgasm.

100

Who are men?
Members of this gender is more likely to deny jealous feelings.

200

What is the refractory period?
Ejaculation triggers a short-term neurological release of serotonin, which impacts this period.

200

What is intimacy and/or commitment?
According to Sternberg this type of emotional love builds over time.

200

What is fellatio?
This is the most prevalent form of sexual behavior between homosexual men.

200

What is have sex with someone they don't care for?
Enabling a person to do this is not a healthy use of fantasy during sexual activity.

200

What is opposites attract?
Although a catchy song from the 1980s, this is the least likely to explain why we are attracted to particular individuals.

300

What are primary erogenous zones?
The breasts, inner thighs, neck and mouth are all examples of this.

300

What is passionate love?
This type of love usually occurs early in a relationship.

300

What are gay and lesbian couples?
These couples are more likely to experience and explore a greater variety of sexual activites.

300

What is sex with a mutual friend or classmate?
Among college students thiss is the most threatening sexual fantasy a partner could have.

300

What is financial responsibility and dependability?
Women tend to place more value on these two aspects of men when describing partner preferences.

400

What is Master and Johnson's?
Orgasm is the shortest phase of this sexual response cycle.

400

What is attachment?
Paired couples are often similar in their styles of this.

400

What is a person's sexual orientation?
Observing a person's patterns of sexual thoughts and behaviors over a lifetime is the best way to evaluate this.

400

What is overcome anxiety? (other functions source or arousal and allow for expression of forbiden wishes)
This is a function of fantasy that can help when dealing with new situations.

400

What is jealousy?
People who place a high value of wealth, fame, popularity and physical attractiveness tend to experience more of this in relationships.

500

What is dopamine?
This neurotransmitter tends to facilitate sexual arousal and pleasure.

500

What is the mere exposure effect?
This effect occurs when we are repeatedly exposed to a person who lives or works near us and we tend to find them appealing.

500

What is transitory bisexuality?
This type of bisexuality describes a person that has sex with members of the same sex due to a lack of available heterosexual partners.

500

What is when he/she feels compelled to act on it?
This is the point when a person should feel concerned about a potentially harmful sexual fantasy.

500

What is sexual, emotional, and social attraction?
According to your textbook, the best definition of some who is attracted to a member of their same sex includes these three components.

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