Spectatoring

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Spectatoring is a process suggested by Masters and Johnson (1970) that involves a person focusing on him/herself "from a third person perspective during sexual activity, rather than focusing on one's sensations and/or sexual partner, can increase performance fears and cause deleterious effects on sexual performance."[1]

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  • Barbara Keesling (2006). "Spectatoring". Sexual Healing. Hunter House. pp. 34–35. ISBN 9780897934657.