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Front. Psychol. | doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01737

Subjective and Oxytocinergic Responses to Mindfulness Are Associated With Subjective and Oxytocinergic Responses to Sexual Arousal

  • 1University of Minnesota Twin Cities, United States

Text Correction
In the original article, there was an error. Prior research has reflected the question presented above, demonstrating that mindfulness-based therapies are more effective for women with histories childhood sexual abuse (Brotto et al., 2008).

The reference for Brotto et al., 2008 was incorrectly written. It should be Brotto et al., 2012. A correction has been made to the Discussion, the end of the last paragraph prior to limitations and future directions:
Prior research has reflected the question presented above, demonstrating that mindfulness-based therapy more effectively enhances arousal among women with histories childhood sexual abuse than cognitive behavioral therapies (Brotto et al., 2012). Given that women with histories of childhood sexual abuse show distinct stress responses (Meston and Lorenz, 2013) and oxytocinergic profiles (Heim et al., 2008; Pierrehumbert et al., 2010), perhaps such modifications in the oxytocinergic system makes these women more sensitive to interventions that impact their oxytocin system, such as mindfulness training.

The authors apologize for this error and state that this does not change the scientific conclusions of the article in any way. The original article has been updated.

References
Brotto, L. A., Seal, B. N., & Rellini, A. (2012). Pilot study of a brief cognitive behavioral versus mindfulness-based intervention for women with sexual distress and a history of childhood sexual abuse. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 38(1), 1-27.

Keywords: sexual arousal, mindfulness, Attentional shifts, Oxytocin, Sexuality

Received: 22 May 2019; Accepted: 12 Jul 2019.

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* Correspondence: Mx. Janna A. Dickenson, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, St. Paul, United States, jdickens@umn.edu