[Neurobiological, psychological and sociological approach to sexual desire and sexual satisfaction].

Revue medicale suisse

PubMedID: 27149717

Bianchi-Demicheli F, Ammar N, Bolmont M, Dosch A, Favez N, Van der Linden M, Widmer E. [Neurobiological, psychological and sociological approach to sexual desire and sexual satisfaction]. Rev Med Suisse. 2016;12(510):551-5.
In the last years, University Fund Maurice Chalumeau (FUMC) launched a dynamic of research designed to promote scientific excellence and the development of Sexology with particular interest regarding sexual desire. The FUMC has supported a research project entitled "Neurobiological, psychological and sociological approach to sexual desire and sexual satisfaction". This project, sampled on 600 people (300 men and 300 women) aged between 25 and 46 years, was structured around three studies: a broad sociological study and two more specific ones, focused on some psychological mechanisms and neurobiological factors involved in sexual desire. THE RESULTS
show how the secondary socialization, personal expectations, beliefs and values in sexuality, sexual motivations, body image, as well as the neurobiological foundations and visual patterns, are of vital importance in the dynamics of sexual desire.