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Narcissism: self-love, or self-centeredness. narratophilia: a paraphilia of the solicitational/allurative type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and contingent on using words and telling stories commonly classified as dirty, pornographic or obscene, in the presence of the sexual partner [from Latin, narrare, to narrate + -philia] The same term is used for the reciprocal paraphilic condition, namely of being dependent on reading or listening to such material for sexuoerotic arousal. See also pictophilia.

Narratophilic): the condition of being responsive to, or dependent on reading or listening to erotic narratives in order to obtain erotic arousal and facilitate or achieve orgasm.

Narratophilia nativistic: native to the organism; the converse of acquired or culturally induced. See also culturistic.

Natal sex: the sex of a baby at birth.

Native lovemap: by analogy with native language, the lovemap that is assimilated as one's own personal, inalienable possession, regardless of how many of its attributes are shared, or not shared by others. See also lovemap.

Natural law: according to theological doctrine, divine law as revealed in nature. The doctrine of natural sexual law is that the divine purpose is procreation, and that sexual passion is sinful and immoral.

Necrophilia: a paraphilia of the stigmatic/eligibilic type in which sexuoerotic arousal and facilitation or attainment of orgasm are responsive to, and [dependent upon]{contingent on} not a live partner, but a corpse [from Greek, nekros, dead + -philia]. There is no reciprocal paraphilic condition except in the make-believe of being dead and copulating in a coffin in preparation for burial--for which there is no technical term. [Sara Bernhardt? GFP];

Necrophilia (adjective, necrophilic): the condition of being responsive to or dependent on sexual activity with a cadaver in order to obtain erotic arousal and facilitate or achieve orgasm. In necrophilia, there is an obsession with death, not as there is in sexual homicide with killing.

Neocortex: the outermost layer or cortex of the brain, which in the evolutionary sense is new and is most highly developed in humans. It is contrasted with the paleocortex (the old cortex or limbic system) that it encapsulates. See also cortex.

Nepiophilia: a paraphilia of the stigmatic/eligibilic type like pedophilia except that the age range is restricted to infancy [from Greek, nepon, infant + -philia]. The reciprocal paraphilic condition is autonepiophilia, or paraphilic infantilism, impersonating a baby. The parallel paraphilias are ephebophilia, and gerontophilia, as well as pedophilia.

Neuroanatomy: the branch of neurology and anatomy that is concerned with nerve cells and the nervous system, including the brain. sometimes hallucinatory. It is incorrectly used as a synonym for suspicious.

Neuropeptide: a class of biochemical substances, related to peptide hormones, that are active in the brain and nervous system, for example, as neurotransmitters. See also peptide hormones; neurotransmitter; endorphins.

Neurotransmitter: one of many different body chemicals released by brain and nerve cells, that carry messages from cell to cell across neuronal junctions.

Nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT): spontaneous erection of the penis during sleep occuring from birth to advanced old age, typically in three episodes a night for a total of 2-3 hours. It is associated with the REM (rapid eye movement) phase of sleep and with erotosexual dreams. It is measured by harnessing the penis into an expandable ring. Less is known about the corresponding phenomenon in females as there is no fully satisfactory technique for measuring vasocongestion of the female genitals.

Normo-: a prefix meaning in conformity with a set of standards [from Latin, norma, a carpenter's square, rule, pattern].

Normophilia (adjective, normophilic): a condition of being erotosexually in conformity with the standard as-dictated by customary, religious, or legal authority [from Latin, normo-, + -philia]. See also paraphilia.

Normophiliac: a person who manifests a normophilia. Synonym, normophile.

Nosocomial: belonging to or associated with a hospital, clinic, or other location of the practice of any branch of medicine, surgery, radiology, psychiatry, or pediatrics.

Nosology: the branch of medical science which deal with the systematic classification of diseases; 2. a scientific or theroretical system for classification of disease; 3. the characteristics of a particular disease as in a description of its syndrome [Greek" nosos - disease].

Nymph: in Greek and Roman mythology, one of the minor nature goddesses personified as a beautiful maiden of river, mountain or woodland habitat.

Nymphomania: the compulsive condition in a female of recurrent sexual intercourse with different male partners, promiscuously and without falling in love, but not as a paid prostitute or call girl. In psychiatry, a term, loosely applied to females believed to have an insatiable sexual appetite. Antonym, satyriasis; Don Juanism.

 

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Ms. Robboy is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Center for Growth Inc and How To Have Good Sex Inc.  Alex practices marriage and family therapy and sex therapy, and also conducts periodic seminars about human sexuality throughout the northeastern United States.

Ms. Robboy graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Masters degree in Social Work, a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Human Sexuality Education and a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage Counseling & Sex Therapy. Through the American Board of Sexology, she is a board certified sexologist and through the American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists a certified sex therapist.  Additionally, she is a licensed clinical social worker and a member of the American Board of Marriage and Family Therapy.

 

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