Performing Justice: Meg Greene
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The experimental effects of pill attribution on sexual performance anxiety and subsequent erectile performance Pujols, Yasisca (2013-08)Erectile performance anxiety (EPA) is a subset of sexual anxiety characterized by a fear of erectile failure. EPA has been shown to play a pivotal role in male sexual problems including premature ejaculation and erectile ...
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