a person having a strong desire to assume the physical characteristics and gender role of the opposite sex
chronic inability to attain or sustain an erection for the performance of a sexual act
the time from about age three to five when the genitals become the focus of a child's sensual pleasure
a person's inner sense of being male or female, usually developed during early childhood as a result of parental rearing practices and societal influences and strengthened during puberty by hormonal changes
Sensate focus exercises
series of specific exercises for couples which encourage each partner to take turns paying increased attention to their own senses
state or condition of nervousness or fear, which prevents or adversely affects the activity being attempted
desire to achieve an altered state of consciousness as an enhancement to the experience of orgasm. in this disorder, the individual may use a drug such as nitrous oxide to produce hypoxia, or a high due to a lack of oxygen to the brain. Autoerotic asphyxiation is also associated with hypoxic states, but it is classified as a form of sexual masochism.
A type of behavior conditioning in which noxious stimuli are associated with undesirable or unwanted behavior that is to be modified or abolished, as the use of nausea-inducing drugs in the treatment of alcoholism
Positive psychotic symptoms
Negative psychotic symptoms
Disorganized psychotic symptoms
Brief psychotic disorder
Type I Schizophrenia
Type II Schizophrenia
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