Archives of sexual behavior - Vol 39, 2010. Issue 1 (Feb) by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

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Non-parametric correlations produced the same pattern of results. Overall, then, concordance might be greater in women when stimuli are presented for a longer period of time. Contiguous Versus Post-Trial Assessment of Subjective Arousal Table 7 shows the usual gender difference for studies asking participants to report their subjective arousal at the end of each stimulus (post-stimulus), as indicated by the nonoverlapping 95% confidence intervals. The gender difference was smaller and no longer statistically significant when we examined studies using a contiguous method of assessing subjective sexual arousal, due to a lower degree of subjective-genital agreement for men.

35 Note: Selected studies refer to basic samples, without experimental manipulations, and with standard external sexual stimuli. Subjective = correlation between subjective arousal and actual genital arousal (Rsub). Genital = correlation between perception of genital arousal and actual genital arousal (Rgen). 28 Note: Selected studies refer to basic samples, without experimental manipulations, and with standard external sexual stimuli. Subjective = correlation between subjective arousal and actual genital arousal (Rsub).

Subjective sexual arousal assessed during stimulus (DS) with a lever and poststimulus (PS) with a Likert scale. 1 explicit heterosexual film. Effects of male- vs. female-centered stimuli. 1 explicit heterosexual film (femalecentered). 09 – Correlations averaged over film order. 1 explicit heterosexual film (male-centered). 32 – Response specificity and construct validity of VPA and VBV. 1 explicit heterosexual film (femalecentered). 00 (nonsig) – 1 explicit heterosexual film, depicting sexual threat.

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