arousal


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About Fiera(TM) Co-created with women and sexual health professionals, Fiera Arouser for Her(TM) is the first ever hands-free wearable intimacy "prehancer(TM)," proven to spark arousal and desire and a more satisfying sexual experience for women.
Another tenet of the model, which is corroborated by experimental findings, is that the information structures that support sexual arousal are built by conditioning.
Genital and self-reported sexual arousal were recorded while heterosexual women listened to stories describing sexual interactions with women and men that varied by relationship context; the stories described interactions with a stranger, close friend, or long-term relationship partner.
The first hypothesis concerned empathic arousal and specified that children would experience empathic arousal in response to a storybook about an animal character.
Characterized by a sudden arousal from slow-wave sleep with a piercing scream or cry, accompanied by autonomic and behavioral manifestations of intense fear.
Several scholars have also addressed the underlying processes that may account for the effect of arousal on decision making.
Non rapid eye movement sleep arousal parasomnias include confusional arousals, sleep terrors (pavor nocturnus) and sleepwalking (somnambulism).
4-7) Investigations of women's sexual behaviors have given less attention to the influence of sexual pleasure and arousal, instead focusing on the premise that women's motivations may have more to do with the wish for intimacy, expressions of love, relationship maintenance, a desire to please their male partners or economic need.
Our study suggests that maternal smoking can impair the arousal pathways of seemingly normal infants (from sleep) which may explain their increased risk for SIDS," said Horne.
In Praise of the Whip: A Cultural History of Arousal.
Zestra Laboratories Launches TV Campaign for Zestra(R) Feminine Arousal Fluid and Announces New Trial-Size Box with Expanded Retail Distribution
However, subsequent research suggests that the Mozart effect may be an artifactual consequence of heightened arousal and mood rather than the music of Mozart per se (e.
The effects include increased activity in the brain region that governs emotional arousal.
Hall and colleagues (2000) reported much the same for tense arousal and state anxiety.