Psychodynamics of unconventional sex behavior and unusual practices by Paul J. Gillette

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Published by Holloway House Pub. Co. in Los Angeles .

Written in English

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  • Sex (Psychology),
  • Sexual deviation

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Statementby Paul J. Gillette.
SeriesAn Original Holloway House edition,, HH-130
LC ClassificationsHQ71 .G5 1966
The Physical Object
Pagination317 p.
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5526908M
LC Control Number67000668

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These questions can arise irrespective of age, gender, and actual sexual practices. They come up in people who are single-and. The book also follows, as closely as possible, the DSM-IV guidelines for mental disorders as well as definitions of deviance.

The book is composed of several chapters on various forms of sexual deviance, including exhibitionism, fetishism, frotteurism, pedophilia, sexual sadism and masochism, voyeurism, rape, and transvestic fetishism. A small number of teens may evidence sexual preoccupation, excessive sexual behavior, and/or atypical sexual interests.

For these teens the sexual behaviors are the main focus of treatment. They have difficulty managing their sexual arousal appropriately and may demonstrate problematic sexual behavior across a variety of contexts (e.g., school. Problem-behavior theory (Costa et al., ; Jessor & Jessor, ) suggests that engaging in one problem behavior (e.g., problem drinking, substance use, deviant behavior, risky driving) increases the likelihood of involvement in other problem behaviors (e.g., risky sexual behavior).

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Paraphilias-sexual attraction to an unusual object or activity. Sexual dysfunctions-sexual performance or arousal difficulties. Gender Identity Disorder.

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