Asked by Dyane Atienza on Feb 18, 2024

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Which of the following is not a cognition typical of men with sexual dysfunction?

A) all-or-nothing beliefs about erection quality
B) the sense of despair over not having orgasm
C) rigid views about satisfying one's partner
D) viewing foreplay as a waste of time
  • Understanding the impact of cognitive beliefs on sexual dysfunction in men
  • Recognizing the importance of addressing cognitive distortions in therapy for sexual dysfunction
  • Identifying common cognitive patterns and beliefs associated with sexual dysfunction in men
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Hannah Wright

Feb 18, 2024

Final Answer :
B
Explanation :
Men with sexual dysfunction may experience frustration or disappointment over not being able to achieve or maintain an erection, difficulties with penetration or premature ejaculation. However, the sense of despair over not having orgasm is not a cognition typical of men with sexual dysfunction. In fact, some men with sexual dysfunction may still be able to achieve orgasm through other forms of sexual stimulation.