Barry R. Komisaruk, Carlos Beyer and Beverly Whipple view the subject of orgasms as an experience that is an integration of body, nervous system and the mind
Why should recent findings about orgasm be of interest to psychologists? If psychologists are interested in the bases of pleasure and pain – in altered states of consciousness, in psychological side-effects of antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs, in some surprising effects of sex hormones, in psychological effects of surgery of the sexual/reproductive system, or in the function of the unique phenomenon of orgasm, then the following brief update may engage and inform you.
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