Sexology by Hermann-J. VogtSexology by Hermann-J. Vogt

Sexology

byHermann-J. VogtEditorWolf Eicher, Götz Kockott

Paperback | December 13, 2011

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Sexology as a discipline has had to fight for full-fledged recognition in the scientific community. Yet special knowledge of normal and disturbed sexual behavior is expected of medical professionals, psychologists and educators alike. Based on the papers given at the 8th World Congress for Sexology in 1987, this volume gives an up-to-date discussion of the most interesting and controversial topics, such as AIDS, in the field. Contributions have been grouped under the main headings: Family Planning, Sterility and Sexuality, Erectile Dysfunction, Sexuality in the Elderly and in Marriage, Transsexualism, Sexual Therapy, and Sexuality and Illness, and include items of historical interest as well as transcultural comparisons.
Title:SexologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:403 pagesPublished:December 13, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:364273796X

ISBN - 13:9783642737961

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Table of Contents

I. Family Planning.- Reproductive Behavior and Family Planning.- Trends in Contraception and Contraceptive Research.- New Aspects in Female Contraception.- Psychology, Contraception, and Family Planning.- Sexual Satisfaction: Diaphragm Versus Cervical Cap.- Barrier Contraception: A Reevaluation.- The Contraceptive Effectiveness of the Diaphragm and Its Effect on the Sexual Relationship.- Salivary Luteinizing Hormone Determination for Large-Scale Testing of the Validity of So-called Natural Family Planning Methods.- Temperature Computers.- Contraception with the Diaphragm: A 2-Year Follow-up Study.- A Study of the Acceptability of Vasectomy in India.- II. Sterility and Sexuality.- Sexual Behavior and Female Fertility.- Sterility and Sexuality from the Andrologist's Standpoint.- Diagnosis and Treatment of Marital Infertility Due to Sperm Antibodies.- The Influence of Sex Differences on the Acceptance of Infertility.- III. Erectile Dysfunctions.- Anatomy of the Penis and Physiology of Erection.- Multidisciplinary Diagnosis of Vascular Erectile Dysfunction.- Intracavernous Papaverine Injections: Indications in Psychological Medicine.- Male Impotency - No Further Diagnostic and Therapeutic Dilemma.- Priapism: An Improved Strategy in Treatment.- Group Therapy with Single Males with Erectile Difficulties.- Impotence as Seen in an Australian Sex Therapy Practice.- IV. Sexuality in the Elderly and Marriage.- Endocrine Aspects of Sexuality in the Elderly.- Age-Related Subjective Importance of Sexuality in the Elderly.- Does Marriage Inhibit Sexual Desire?.- V. Transsexualism.- Harry Benjamin's First Ten Cases 1938-1953: Historical Influences.- Follow-up Studies of Operated Transsexuals.- Social Aspects of Sex Reassignment Surgery.- Outcome of Persons Who Have Been Refused Sex Reassignment Surgery.- Erotic Preference and the Prediction of Regrets in Postoperative Transsexuals.- The Psychosocial Deviations of Transsexuals: A Study of 22 Cases.- VI. Sexual Therapy - New Trends.- Sexual Therapy: New Trends - Critical Remarks.- Ethics and New Therapeutic Techniques in Sexology.- A Program of Brief Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Psychosexual Dysfunctions.- Treatment of Sexual Disorders: A Systemic Point of View.- Anxiety and the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions.- Sexuality: Intimacy or Illusion?.- Intimacy-Based Sex Therapy.- Treatment of Inhibited Sexual Desire in the Woman by Trazodone.- Hypnosis as a Form of Treatment for Sexual Disorders, Particularly Those Resulting from Sexual Violence.- VII. Sexuality and Illness (Including Cancer).- Sexuality and Depression.- Sex After Myocardial Infarction.- Sexual Disturbances in Diabetes Mellitus.- Sexual Dysfunction in Epileptic Patients: A Preliminary Report.- Cancer and Sexuality in Women.- Gynecological Cancer and Sexual Disturbances.- Male Sexuality and Cancer.- Sexuality and Antihormonal Therapy in Prostate Cancer.- VIII. Sexuality and the Handicapped.- Team Approach to Sexual Counseling in Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries.- Sexuality in Spinal Cord Injured Women.- Fertility in Male Paraplegia.- Pregnancy and Labor in the Paraplegic.- IX. AIDS.- Sexual Behavior and AIDS.- AIDS - Perspectives of a Malignant Epidemic (On the Need to Avoid Surprises).- Psychosocial Aspects of AIDS.- Psychological Problems in Subjects with AIDS and Related Syndromes.- Psychotherapy in AIDS Patients.- AIDS and the Response of American Religious Institutions.- Congressional Testimony for the Republican Leadership Task Force on Health Care: AIDS.