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The Physiology of Sexual Arousal in the Human Female: A Recreational and Procreational Synthesis
- R. Levin
- BiologyArchives of sexual behavior
- 1 October 2002
Attempts to link D1 with reproduction by studies monitoring it over the menstrual cycle revealed a D1 peak just before or at ovulation, but its reliability is criticized because of the poor identification of the time of ovulation.
Physiology of women's sexual function: basic knowledge and new findings.
- A. Salonia, Annamaria Giraldi, M. McCarthy
- Psychology, BiologyThe journal of sexual medicine
- 1 August 2010
This manuscript encompasses data presented at the 3rd International Consultation on Sexual Medicine in Paris, France, July 10-13, 2009, and contains data about the actual role of sexual arousal in women in both procreation/reproduction and recreation/pleasure.
- C. Meston, R. Levin, M. Sipski, E. Hull, J. Heiman
- PsychologyAnnual review of sex research
- 1 March 2004
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anorgasmia focuses on promoting changes in attitudes and sexually relevant thoughts, decreasing anxiety, and increasing orgasmic ability and satisfaction, and studies of brain imaging indicate increased activation at orgasm.
Disorders of orgasm in women.
- C. Meston, E. Hull, R. Levin, M. Sipski
- Psychology, MedicineThe journal of sexual medicine
- 1 July 2004
The recommendations concerning state-of-the-art knowledge in the respective sexual medicine topic represent the opinion of experts from five continents developed in a process over a 2-year period.
Can the controversy about the putative role of the human female orgasm in sperm transport be settled with our current physiological knowledge of coitus?
- R. Levin
- Biology, MedicineThe journal of sexual medicine
- 1 June 2011
The bulk of the reported evidence favors the conclusion that the female orgasm has little or no effective role in the transport of spermatozoa in natural human coitus, and is at present unresolvable because of conflicting studies.
Nipple/Breast stimulation and sexual arousal in young men and women.
Manipulation of the nipples/breasts causes or enhances sexual arousal in approximately 82% of young women and 52% ofYoung men with only 7-8% reporting that it decreased their arousal.
Erection and ejaculation in man. Assessment of the electromyographic activity of the bulbocavernosus and ischiocavernosus muscles.
Oral phenoxybenzamine treatment in 2 subjects did not significantly affect either the number of EMG bursts of the BC or the subjective pleasure of the orgasm but did significantly reduce the volume of semen expelled.
The Mechanisms of Human Female Sexual Arousal
- R. Levin
- 1 March 1992
Abstract There is a conviction in many people's minds that to understand the mechanism of something is to remove the wonder. This is an odd conviction—the same people do not, I imagine, suppose that…
Sexual activity, health and well-being – the beneficial roles of coitus and masturbation
- R. Levin
- Medicine, Psychology
- 1 February 2007
Greater sexual satisfaction and some health rewards are given by coitally obtained orgasms even though those from masturbation may be more physiologically intense.
Evaluation of vaginal and perineal area during the use of external sanitary protection throughout the menstrual cycle
- P. Hanke-Baier, J. Johannigmann, R. Levin, G. Wagner
- MedicineActa obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
- 1 July 1994
The parameters used to study the effects on the genital area of an external sanitary product appear appropriate and no significant changes were observed for either of the two pads during daily use for two menstrual cycles.