• Psychology, Medicine
  • Published in Sexual medicine 2015
  • DOI:10.1002/sm2.58

Viewing Sexual Stimuli Associated with Greater Sexual Responsiveness, Not Erectile Dysfunction

@inproceedings{Prause2015ViewingSS,
  title={Viewing Sexual Stimuli Associated with Greater Sexual Responsiveness, Not Erectile Dysfunction},
  author={Nicole Prause and James G Pfaus},
  booktitle={Sexual medicine},
  year={2015}
}
INTRODUCTION Time spent viewing visual sexual stimuli (VSS) has the potential to habituate the sexual response and generalize to the partner context. AIM The aim of this study was to examine whether the time spent viewing VSS is related to sexual responsiveness felt in the laboratory or with a sexual partner. METHODS Nontreatment-seeking men (N = 280) reported their weekly average VSS viewing in hours. VSS hours were examined in relation to the sexual arousal experienced while viewing a… CONTINUE READING

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