Corpus ID: 17920721

How do men and women feel? Determinants of subjective experience of sexual arousal

  title={How do men and women feel? Determinants of subjective experience of sexual arousal},
  author={E. Laan and E. Janssen},
  • E. Laan, E. Janssen
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • A common finding in psychophysiological research is that correlations between sexual feelings and genital responses are lower in women than in men. Measurement issues, anatomical differences, factors influencing self-report, and the role of attention have all been considered but do not seem sufficient to explain this gender difference. Providing women with feedback about their genital response, or asking them to focus on genital sensations, does not seem to increase response concordance… CONTINUE READING
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