Deutsch: Sex

In the field of psychology, the term "sexual" refers to anything related to human sexuality, which includes a wide range of behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that are related to sexual attraction, sexual desire, and sexual behavior. Sexuality is a complex and multifaceted aspect of human experience, and it is influenced by a variety of factors, including biology, culture, social norms, and personal values and beliefs.

Psychologists and other mental health professionals may study sexuality in a variety of contexts, including in the context of relationships, sexual orientation, gender identity, and sexual behavior. They may also work with individuals and couples to address issues related to sexuality, such as sexual dysfunction, sexual identity concerns, and difficulties with intimacy and communication.

Psychologists may use a variety of approaches to study and understand sexuality, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalytic therapy, and humanistic therapy. The specific approach that is used may depend on the specific needs and goals of the individual or group, as well as the preferences and training of the psychologist.

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