self-stimulation


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self-stim·u·la·tion

(self'stim-yū-lā'shŭn),
A technique for electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves, spinal cord, or brain by the patient to relieve pain.

self-stimulation

a system in which patients control their pain by manipulating an electric source of nerve stimulation.

self-stim·u·la·tion

(self'stim-yū-lā'shŭn)
A technique for electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves, spinal cord, or brain by the patient to relieve pain.

self-stim·u·la·tion

(self'stim-yū-lā'shŭn)
A technique for electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves, spinal cord, or brain by the patient to relieve pain.
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Hence, exposure to explicit sexual models of clitoral self-stimulation in mutually pleasurable partnered sexual interactions may be especially useful for enabling the performance of this behaviour.
Turkish Proverbs Referring to Self-Stimulation PERSONAL SELF-STIMULATION-MOTIVATION Being success- Struggling to When one is patient, the wind oriented improve oneself in dwells at one's hands.
Selection of Antecedent Strategies: Since the functions of scripting appeared to be avoidance and self-stimulation due to overly-challenging academic tasks and non-preferred environmental activities, it was hypothesized that scripting could be reduced in part by two related antecedent strategies: (1) modifying the academic demands through behavioral momentum and (2) enriching Zack's educational environment with preferred objects or activities.
Although infant self-stimulation has been identified as a common normal behavior and part of healthy development, many parents and even medical professionals remain ignorant about it, as demonstrated by an article in Pediatrics.
In Intensive Interaction both the verbal and the non-verbal use various forms of body language to communicate, a system that seems to turn those on spectrum from self-stimulation toward that provided by others.
Interpreting the therapeutic maxim that "a patient can say anything but not act" to mean that the patient "can do anything [they] want in therapy[,] I can only watch," the psychiatrist acknowledged that he had allowed the patient during clinical sessions on many occasions over a multi-year period to disrobe and/or engage in sexual self-stimulation in his presence and ultimately on one occasion engaged in sexual intercourse with her.
Weighted or pressure vests are a commonly used intervention practice by occupational therapist for children who exhibit self-stimulation behaviors and very little research substantiates the usefulness of this intervention.
As you've heard, I have, in fact, been formally crowned strap-on sex sovereign (by a very esteemed guild which bestows such titles) and as such, I'm qualified to give you a wee primer on strapper self-stimulation.
Another well-known emotion management technique is cognitive self-stimulation.
He never really paid much attention because, like most boys his age, his focus is on girls and self-stimulation.
Self-stimulation by pressure can work wonders when we understand the systems that each energy meridian governs and how to choose the most effective acu-points.
However, it is also possible that some women turn to self-stimulation in response to dissatisfaction with a sexual partner (Davidson & Moore, 1994).