Psychosexual Disorder Multiple Choice Questions

1. A sexual problem that is psychological, rather than physiological in origin is called as?
a. Sexual disorder
b. Psychosomatic disorder
c. Psycho sexual disorder
d. All the above

2. Psychosexual disorders in which significant distress or an impairment in a domain of functioning results from recurrent intense sexual urges, fantasies or behaviours generally involving an unusual object, activity, or situation is defined as?
a. Pseudophilia
b. Paraphilia
c. Psychophilia
d. Hypnophilia

3. A disorder that is characterized by a sexual fixation, fantasies or behaviours toward an inanimate object is called?
a. Fetishism
b. Voyeurism
c. Sexual sadism
d. Sexual masochism

4. A psychiatric diagnosis applied to those who are thought to have an excessive sexual or erotic interest in cross-dressing is?
a. Transvestic fetishism
b. Transvestic disorder
c. Transvestism
d. All the above.

5. The condition of experiencing sexual arousal in response to the extreme pain, suffering or humiliation of others is termed as?
a. Sexual sadism
b. Sexual fetishism
c. Sadomasochism
d. Voyeurism

6. Preference for sexual activity that involves bondage or the infliction of pain or humiliation is called as?
a. Sexual sadism
b. Sadomasochism
c. Voyeurism
d. Fetishism

7. Self-reported sexual arousal from spying on others or the observation of others who are engaged in sexual interaction is?
a. Fetishism
b. Voyeurism
c. Exhibitionism
d. Sadism

8. The act of exposing in a public or semi-public context those parts of one’s body that are not normally exposed is?
a. Exhibitionism
b. Voyeurism
c. Fetishism
d. Transvestism

9. Which among the following are different types of exhibitionism?
a. Streaking
b. Mooning and flashing
c. Reflectoporn
d. All the above.

10. The act of sending, receiving, or forwarding sexually explicit messages, photographs, or videos is called as?
a. Streaking
b. Sexting
c. Reflectoporn
d. Mooning

11. The act of stripping and taking a photograph using an object with a reflective surface as a mirror, then posting the image on the Internet in a public forum is termed as?
a. Reflectoporn
b. Mooning
c. Anasyrma
d. Sexting

12. Anasyrma, a form of exhibitionism can be defined as?
a. the lifting of the skirt when not wearing underwear, to expose genitals.
b. the display of bare buttocks by pulling down of trousers and underwear
c. the act of running naked through a public place
d. None of the above

13. Sexual satisfaction being derived from rubbing upon another non-consenting individual is called?
a. Voyeurism
b. Frotteurism
c. Fetishism
d. Transvestism

14. According to DSM V, a confirmatory diagnosis of Paraphilia’s can be made only if the behaviour persists for how many months?
a. 3
b. 2
c. 6
d. 9

15. Sexual preference for prepubescent children is termed as?
a. Paedophilia
b. Para paedophilia
c. Masochism
d. None of the above

16. Non pharmacological management of Sexual disorders include?
a. CBT
b. Aversion
c. Reconditioning
d. All the above

17. Medication treatment for Paraphilia include?

b. Synthetic steroidal analogues
c. GnRH Analogues
d. All the above

18. In disorders of sexuality and sexual functioning, the term gender identity disorder refers to:
a. Problems with the normal sexual response cycle
b. Sexual urges or fantasies involving unusual sources of gratification problems
c. Problems with sexual fantasies
d. An individual is dissatisfied with their own biological sex and have a strong desire to be a member of the opposite sex

19. Sexual aversion disorder is associated with which of the following?
a. Anxiety
b. Disgust
c. Fear
d. All of the above

20. Psychodynamic explanations of sexual sadism propose that the sadist is searching relief from castration anxiety by:
a. Dressing in women’s clothing
b. Taking on the role of castrator rather than castrated
c. Seeking out partners who have been castrated
d. Performing castration on a consenting partner

21. A form of aversion therapy where rather than actually experience the pairing of sexual stimuli with aversive outcomes, the client imagines these associations during controlled treatment sessions is known as?
a. Classical conditioning
b. Operant conditioning
c. Covert conditioning
d. Overt conditioning

22. Which of the following is NOT considered to be a risk factor for the development of paraphilia’s?
a. Early drug abuse
b. Hyper sexuality
c. Childhood abuse
d. Childhood neglect

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