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J Sex Marital Ther. 1980 Winter;6(4):234-46.

Retarded ejaculation reconceptualization and implications for treatment.

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Dean of Students Office, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907.

Abstract

Retarded ejaculation, RE, has received little attention in the past; however with greater sexual awareness, therapists may find a significant increase in requests for help with this dysfunction. A major concern of this paper is that RE has been too narrowly defined. Additional problems in previous literature include conceptual confusion, poorly defined criteria, vague descriptors, and methodological problems. Incidence, definitions and categorizations are followed by a look at etiology, assessment, and treatment results. The present article broadens the definition of RE, presents psychophysiological stimulation deprivation as a generally overlooked cause, and offers a thorough bibliography for reference purposes.

PMID:
6152867
DOI:
10.1080/00926238008406089
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