Department of Psychiatry, Innsbruck University Clinics, Innsbruck, Austria.
This paper examines the impact of childhood sexual victimization, physical abuse, and dysfunctional family background on sexual dysfunctions in adulthood in a nonclinical male student sample. The current analysis is based on data from a survey by questionnaire from 301 males. Our findings show that (a) occasional sexual dysfunctions, especially premature ejaculation and sexual desire disorder, are frequent in young male adults; and (b) long-lasting adverse familial relationship to attachment figures are more influential to later sexual dysfunction than are childhood sexual abuse experiences.
PMID: 8866121, UI: 97019647