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By ASHLEY WELCH CBS NEWS November 6, 2017, 11:16 AM
The problem with Harvey Weinstein's sex ( 1 ) claim（その②）
Is sexual ( 1 ) real?
Weinstein's case ( 28 ), there is debate within the medical community about whether or not sexual ( 1 ) is a real ( 6 ).
Sex ( 1 ) is not a ( 29a ) ( 7 ) in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), considered to be the "bible" for any professional who makes psychiatric ( 7a ).
The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) states on its website that it does not ( 29 ) sex ( 1 ) as a mental health disorder. Its official statement reads:
"AASECT 1) does not find sufficient ( 30 ) evidence to support the classification of sex ( 1 ) or porn ( 1 ) as a mental health disorder, and 2) does not find the sexual ( 1 ) training and treatment methods and educational pedagogies to be adequately ( 31a ) by accurate human sexuality knowledge."
In 2013, Prause, who was a researcher in the department of psychiatry at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA at the time, published a study that found that the brains of so-called sex addicts did not respond to sexual ( 32a ) in the way that an addict's does.
This does not mean that certain behaviors, including excessive viewing of pornography or having sexual ( 33a ) that feel out of control, are not a problem for some people, Prause said. "But we should not be treating them as an ( 1 )," she ( 34a ).
"Everyone ( 29b ) that some people struggle in this area and few would argue that these (mostly) men do not deserve help," she continued. "The question is... what is it? A ( 35 ) of obsessive-( 36 ) disorder? High sex ( 37 ) combined with the incredible social shame around sexuality?"
One thing that is clear, though, Prause said, is that there is no scientific evidence to support treatment programs at so-called sex
( 1 ) ( 5 ) centers.
The ( 38 ), but ( 39 ), business of treating sex ( 1 )
"They are ( 40 ) and should be shut down, but there is literally no ( 41 ) body," she said. "They are ( 42 )-for-all money-making machines both taking advantage of desperate patients and providing an escape, in other cases, for wealthy secondary gain incentives."
Secondary gain, she explains, is a term psychologists often use to refer to the social or psychological advantages a person thinks they'll get from having an illness or going into treatment. For example, calling sexually abusive behavior an ( 1 ) might be a way to
( 43 ) responsibility or gain sympathy.
"Some appear to hope this will get their partner not to leave them for ( 44 ) or similar," Prause said.
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( 28 ) a 4 (adv.)(=apart)
used after nouns to say that except for one thing, something is true
Ex.) Money worries ( a 4 ), things are going well. (A.L.D.)
Emotional arguments ( a 4 ), here are the facts. (Cobuild)
( 29 ) rec 6 (verb)
to accept and approve of somebody / something officially
Ex.) ( rec 6 過去分詞 ) qualifications
The UK has refused to ( rec 6 ) the new regime.
He is ( rec 6 過去分詞 ) to be their natural leader. (A.L.D.)
( 30 ) em 7 (adj.)
(usually before noun)(formal) based on experiments or experience rather than ideas or theories
Ex.) ( em 7 ) evidence / knowledge / research
an ( em 7 ) study (A.L.D.)
( 31 ) in 4 (verb)
(formal) If a situation or activity is ( in 4 過去分詞 ) by an idea or a quality, that idea or quality is very noticeable in it.
Ex.) All great songs are ( in 4 過去分詞 ) by a certain sadness and tension.
The concept of the Rose continued to ( in 4 ) the poet’s work. (Cobuild)
Religion ( in 4 三単現 ) every aspect of their lives. (A.L.D.)
( 32 ) stimu 3 (noun)
something that produces a reaction in a human, an animal or a plant
Ex.) sensory / verbal / visual ( stimu 3 複数形 )
The animals were conditioned to respond to auditory ( stim 3 複数形 ) ( = sounds ). (A.L.D.)
( 33 ) u 3 (noun)
a strong desire to do something
Ex.) sexual ( u 3 s )
I had a sudden ( u 3 ) to hit him. (A.L.D.)
( 34 ) st 4 (verb)
to emphasize a fact, an idea, etc.
Ex.) He ( st 4 過去形 ) the importance of a good education.
I must ( st 4 ) that everything I’ve told you is strictly confidential.
‘There is,’ Johnson ( st 4 過去形 ), ‘no real alternative.’
It must be ( st 4 過去分詞 ) that this disease is very rare.
I cannot ( st 4 ) too much how important this is. (A.L.D.)
( 35 ) fea 4 (noun)
something important, interesting or typical of a place or thing
Ex.) An interesting ( fea 4 ) of the city is the old market.
Teamwork is a key ( fea 4 ) of the training program.
Which ( fea 4 s ) do you look for when choosing a car?
The software has no particular distinguishing ( fea 4 s ).
geographical ( fea 4 s ) (A.L.D.)
( 36 ) obsessive-( com 7 ) disorder (noun)
〔U〕(abbr. OCD) a mental disorder in which somebody feels they have to repeat certain actions or activities to get rid of fears or unpleasant things (A.L.D,)
( 37 ) dr 3 (noun)
〔C, U〕a strong desire or need in people
Ex.) a strong sexual ( dr 3 ) (A.L.D.)
compelling, dynamic sex ( dr 3 s ) (Cobuild)
( 38 ) lu 7 (adj.)
producing a large amount of money ; making a large profit
Ex.) a ( lu 7 ) business / contract / market (A.L.D.)
Thousands of ex-army officials have found ( lu 7 ) jobs in private security firms. (Cobuild)
( 39 ) du 5 (adj.)
(disapproving) probably not honest ( syn. suspicious )
Ex.) They indulged in some highly ( du 5 ) business practices to obtain their current position in the market. (A.L.D.)
( 40 ) horren 4 (adj.)
(iformal) extremely unpleasant and unacceptable ( syn. terrible )
Ex.) ( horren 4 ) traffic (A.L.D.)
( 41 ) over 5 (noun)
〔U〕(formal) the state of being in charge of somebody / something
Ex.) The committee has ( over 5 ) of finance and general policy. (A.L.D.)
( 42 ) ( f 3 )-for-all (noun)
(sing.) a situation in which there are no rules or controls and everyone acts for their own advantage
Ex.) The lowering of trade barriers has led to a ( f 3 )-for-all among exporters. (A.L.D.)
( 43 ) de 5 (verb)
to succeed in preventing something from being directed towards you
Ex.) All attempts to ( de 5 ) attention from his private life have failed.
She sought to ( de 5 ) criticism by blaming her family. (A.L.D.)
( 44 ) infi 6 (noun)
〔U, C〕the act of not being faithful to your wife, husband or partner by having sex with somebody else ( syn. unfaithfulness )
Ex.) marital ( infi 6 )
She could not forgive his ( infi 6 複数形 ).
( 1 ) addiction ( 2 ) narrative ( 3 ) therapy ( 4 ) disgraced ( 4a ) Disgraced ( 5 ) rehab
( 6 ) condition ( 7 ) diagnosis ( 7a ) diagnoses ( 8 ) alleged ( 9 ) bombshell ( 10 ) assault
( 11 ) representative ( 12 ) unspecified ( 13 ) numerous ( 14 ) forward ( 15 ) account
( 15a ) accounts ( 16 ) embark ( 16a ) embarked ( 17 ) fall ( 18 ) lump ( 19 ) offender
( 19a ) offenders ( 20 ) certify ( 20a ) certified ( 21 ) primary ( 22 ) empathy ( 23 ) integrity
( 24 ) nourish ( 24a ) nourished ( 25 ) metabolize ( 26 ) crucial ( 27 ) smug ( 27a ) smugly
( 28 ) aside ( 29 ) recognize ( 29a ) recognized ( 29b ) recognizes ( 30 ) empirical
( 31 ) inform ( 31a ) informed ( 32 ) stimulus ( 32a ) stimuli ( 33 ) urge ( 34a ) urges
( 35 ) feature ( 36 ) compulsive ( 37 ) drive ( 38 ) lucrative ( 39 ) dubious ( 40 ) horrendous
( 41 ) oversight ( 42 ) free ( 43 ) deflect ( 44 ) infidelity