NCBI ROFL: The clinical value of boredom. A procedure for reducing inappropriate sexual interests.

By ncbi rofl | February 10, 2012 7:00 pm

“A combination of aversive therapy and orgasmic reconditioning failed to produce the expected changes in sexual activities and arousal patterns. A procedure that involved verbalizing deviant fantasies while engaged in continual masturbation for nine sessions each of 1 1/2 hours duration, led to marked changes in sexual interests in an appropriate direction.”




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