Endocrine, psychological and genital response to sexual arousal in men

  title={Endocrine, psychological and genital response to sexual arousal in men},
  author={D. Rowland and J. Heiman and B. A. Gladue and J. Hatch and S. Weiler},
  • D. Rowland, J. Heiman, +2 authors S. Weiler
  • Published 1987
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychoneuroendocrinology
  • The endocrine, genital, and cognitive--affective responses of sexually functional men were compared under sexually arousing and non-arousing conditions. Sexually aroused subjects showed significantly higher serum luteinizing hormone concentrations than non-aroused subjects. Testosterone concentration was correlated with higher levels of penile response, but it did not prime further sexual arousal. Cortisol and prolactin concentrations decreased in both groups, more in the non-aroused group, and… CONTINUE READING
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