The Use of Vaginal Photoplethysmography (VPP) to Assess Female Sexual Arousal Save

Date Added
January 4th, 2019
PRO Number
Pro00081702
Researcher
Emily Gottfried

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Keywords
Women's Health
Summary

This study uses Vaginal Photoplethysmography (VPP), which is a small, tampon-like device that the participant inserts in a private setting, to study female sexual arousal. The study's goal is measuring subjective and objective sexual arousal.

The study involves completing a series of questionnaires and listening to audiotape stories describing sexual activities between adult women and males and females of varying ages (from children to adults).

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Emily Gottfried
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cpspd-research@musc.edu

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