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Summary Sexuologie

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- Sexuologie
- Ellen de Groot
- 2018 - 2019
- Universiteit Leiden (Universiteit Leiden, Leiden)
- Psychologie
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  • Introduction and history of sexology

  • Three meanings/functions of sex
    - Relationship (bonding, intimate)
    - Recreation (relax, pleasure, stress/pain reduction)
    - Procreation (fertility)
  • What is sexual health?
    Sexual health is a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity (WHO)




    Sexual health is the ability to sexually adapt and self-manage in the face of life’s physical, psycho and social challenges. (College)
  • What contains the Bio-Psycho-Social-Model of Sexuality?
    Bio (illnesses, fatigue, nerves, hormones, etc)  
    Psyche (body image, anxiety, depression)  
    Context (values and norms)
  • What is a libido? And the Drive Model?
    "The subjective experience of a physical need for sex”. - Freud
    A constant force, from within the body, you cannot run from it.
    Drive model: you have sex because you feel like it
  • What are Freud's stages of development?
    1. Pre-genital stages: oral , anal, and phallic/oedipal stages (2-5 yrs)
    2. Latency stage: social learning/shame, due to correcting by teachers (6-12 yrs)
    3. Genital stage (12+ yrs)
  • What is a sign of fixation and intrapsychisch problems?
    If a woman only can have a clitoral orgasm rather than a vaginal orgasm.
  • What is a Haldans clitoris relocation?

    A surgery in which the clitoris is moved downwords towards the uretha to make a vaginal orgasm possible instead of only having a clitoral orgasm. (does not work, nerve damage, done at Marie Bonaparte, analysand of Freud)
  • Early 1900: German psychiatrist: Krafft Ebing
    classification of perversions
  • Early 1900: German psychiatrists: Bloch
    Methods and insights of " Sexualwissenschaft" (sexology) just corresponds with insights of natural and cultural sciences
  • Early 1900: German psychiatrists: Hirschfeld
    Institute of sexology:
    - Research
    - Prevention
    - Assistance and counseling centre
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