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Post by Professor Charles Schallhorn on November 10, 2014

Thank you Tina.  I am just now seeing your comment.  I appreciate the kind words. :)

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Post by Cainan Barboza on June 5, 2014

This is ridiculous,
Sexual Orientation is a CHOICE.
It is just giving in to a wrong, sinful desire.
Do children choose to have the desire to steal or lie?
Should they just  give in to that desire?
This is analogous to the concept of homosexual desire.
I guess if I have a desire to be with three guys or four girls,
or have a desire to steal or lie I should have the right to do so.

Should we accept Child Molesters for who they are?
Should we accept those who have sex with animals for who they are?
Should we accept murders for who they are?
Evolution states we are just animals anyways right?
Where is the line drawn?
Stop helping people justify their sinful ways!!

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Post by Tina Cooper on December 7, 2013

Really enjoying these lectures; you're very humorous and great at explaining the concepts :). I love the links you make to reality through personal experiences.

Motivation, Part III

  • Masters and Johnson described the human response cycle of excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution/refractory phase
  • Alfred Kinsey also did work on human sexuality and created the continuum of heterosexuality to homosexuality
  • Teens have engaged in sexual behavior and there are a variety of factors contributing to sexual behavior and pregnancy
  • There are many factors to sexual orientation with the most recent science concluding that is not a choice, but rather biologically created
  • Humans are social creatures and have a need to belong to groups and be connected with each other
  • Motives can conflict, with options being both desirable and undesirable

Motivation, Part III

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  1. Intro
    • The Physiology of Sex
    • Effects of Hormones
    • Adolescent Sexuality
    • Adolescent Sexuality
    • Sexual Orientation
    • Origins of Sexual Orientation
    • The Need to Belong
    • When Motives Conflict
    • Summary
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • The Physiology of Sex 0:12
      • The Sexual Response Cycle -- as Described by Masters and Johnson
      • Pioneering Sex Researcher -- Alfred Kinsey of Indiana University -- Behavior in Men and Women
      • The Kinsey Report -- Heavily Criticized for Methods
      • Kinsey Scale (of Continuum From Hetero to Homosexuality)
    • Effects of Hormones 2:38
      • Development of Sexual Characteristics
      • Activate Sexual Behavior -- Levels Change
      • Social Constraints and Influences
      • External Stimuli
      • Imagined Stimuli
    • Adolescent Sexuality 6:03
      • Teenage Pregnancy -- While Rates are Decreasing, Why Does it Still Occur?
    • Adolescent Sexuality 10:20
      • Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections
      • Sadly, Many Who Focus on Abstinence Engage in Other Risky Behaviors, Negating the Impact
    • Sexual Orientation 12:32
      • An Enduring Sexual Attraction Toward Members of Either One's Own Sex (Homosexual Orientation) or the Other Sex (Heterosexual Orientation)
      • Sexual Orientation Statistics (LGBT)
    • Origins of Sexual Orientation 14:36
      • Origins of Sexual Orientation Studies
      • Same-Sex Attraction in Animals -- 1500 Species of Animals Engage in This Behavior, Most Often in Herding Animals
      • The Brain and Sexual Orientation
      • Genes and Sexual Orientation (Predisposition?)
      • Prenatal Hormones and Sexual Orientation
      • Bottom Line is That One's Sexual Orientation is Not Some Choice One Makes -- It Is Biologically Created
    • The Need to Belong 16:59
      • Aiding Survival
      • Wanting to Belong
      • Sustaining Relationships
      • The Pain of Ostracism
    • When Motives Conflict 18:37
      • Approach-Approach Conflict -- Choice of Two Desirable Options
      • Avoidance-Avoidance Conflict -- Choice of Two Undesirable Options
      • Approach-Avoidance Conflict -- One Event or Goal Has Both Attractive and Unattractive Features
      • Multiple Approach-Avoidance Conflict -- Choice Between Two or More Things, Each With Desirable and Undesirable Aspects
      • Sometimes This Set of Ideas Can Be Found in a Chapter on Stress
    • Summary 21:01
      • Theories of Motivation
      • Motivation of Hunger
      • Motivation of Sex
      • Social Motives -- Acquired by Growing Up in a Particular Society or Culture
      • Achievement Motivation (nAch)
      • Intrinsic/Extrinsic Motivation
      • Management Theory (Theory X and Theory Y) -- Related to Int./Ext -- Theory X -- Employees Only Motivated by Rewards and Threats of Punishment
    • Review 24:51
      • What Stages Mark The Human Sexual Response Cycle?
      • How Do Internal and External Stimuli Influence Sexual Motivation?
      • What Factors Influence Teen Sexuality, Teen Pregnancy, and Risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections?
      • What Has Research Taught Us About Sexual Orientation?