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“…This suggests that DPN afferent fibers are the target of other neurons, and that the sensory information conveyed by DPN fibers is controlled or modulated before being transmitted to second-order neurons, as reflexive erections are controlled by descending information, both excitatory and inhibitory (Kurtz and Santos 1979;Bitran and Sachs 1989). Our finding suggests that part of this control is exerted at a presynaptic level.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…This suggests that DPN afferent fibers are the target of other neurons, and that the sensory information conveyed by DPN fibers is controlled or modulated before being transmitted to second-order neurons, as reflexive erections are controlled by descending information, both excitatory and inhibitory (Kurtz and Santos 1979;Bitran and Sachs 1989). Our finding suggests that part of this control is exerted at a presynaptic level.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…In line with this, desensitization of the penis by means of topical application of anesthetic ointment or surgical transection of the penile nerve does not affect genital grooming duration after mounts and intromissions that end a mount bout, suggesting that genital grooming duration is not dependent on the magnitude of sensory feedback within the mount bout. 24 In addition, prevention of genital grooming does not affect ejaculation latency, mounting and intromission frequency, and PEI duration. 25 It is hence postulated that genital grooming might rather be part of a motor program of copulatory behavior.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…25 It is hence postulated that genital grooming might rather be part of a motor program of copulatory behavior. 24 Second, an alternative explanation for the strong correlation of PEI and time out may be that males with a longer PEI simply have more intromissions preceding ejaculation, since mount bouts that contain intromissions induce a longer time out than mount bouts without intromissions. In an extra analysis, we found no correlation whatsoever between PEI duration and the number of intromissions in the first ejaculation series in any of the cohorts (Suppl.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning