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Washington State University - PSYCH 230
- A Karma Sutra contains guidance to couples about the dangers of having passion within sexual relations.
- According to Martin Luther, how did Protestantism differ from the teachings of the Catholic Church?
- According to the 19th century medical mode, homosexuality is a sin.
- According to the Christian Bible, what best describes Jesus’ view on sexuality?
· According to the free love movement began in the 1820s, what should be prerequisite to sexual relations be?
- According to the text, most of sexuality is:
- According to your text, which woman’s work has the most profound influence on women’s sexuality for the first half of the 20th century?
- According to your textbook, why did Paul condemn sexuality?
- After WWII, how were homosexuals treated?
- Among the following, which discipline is not involved in the study of human sexuality?
- Among the social movements that arose in the 19th century, the Free Love Movement advocated marriage as a prerequisite to sexual relationships.
- Ashley feels very conflicted about her sexuality. She enjoys sex with her partner Matthew, but at the same time feels very guilty about having sex before marriage. What is Ashley experiencing?
· Based on India’s primary religious system of Hinduism and the concept of karma, what best describes the state of being a woman?
- By the late Middle Ages, women were:
- Due to the media’s use of digitally altered images of the face and body, some countries have proposed legislation that would require warning labels on photos that have been retouched.
- During the Middle Ages, who would a man enlist before marriage to help teach him the secrets of love and the ways of restoring potency?
- During the renaissance, society turned from a focus on human beings to a focus on God.
- During the time of the Sexual Revolution, changes took place related to sexuality in what areas(s)?
- Early Christianity led to all of the following EXCEPT:
- How did protestant views in the early 16th century differ from previous Christian views?
- How did the feminist movement contribute to the development of women’s sexuality?
- How did the liberalization of sexual conduct after the Revolutionary War affect sexuality in the United States?
- How did the Planned Parenthood organization first begin?
- How many points is the final worth?
- How many questions are there on the weekly quizzes?
- How many total points are available in this class?
- How was homosexuality viewed according to the 19th century medial model of sexuality?
- I missed class; what will happen?
- In 1973, the American Psychiatric Association:
- In early Chinese culture, what was true related to the practice of polygamy?
- In early Puritan communities, all of the following were true EXCEPT:
- In early Puritan culture young couples were allowed to share a bed as long as they were clothed and wrapped in sheets. What was this practice called?
- Margaret Sanger argued that masturbation caused mental illness.
- Most teen shows contain minimal sexual content.
- Sexuality is considered a uniquely human trait.
- Tantric sex,
· Temple prostitutes were women who would have sex with worshippers to provide money for the temple.
· The ancient Greeks institutionalized homosexuality successfully. True
· The ancient Roman society emphasized the natural blending of masculine and feminine principles as part of the procreative process.
- The Comstock Act of 1873 allowed people access to contraception if they were married.
- The Comstock Act of 1873:
- The Kama Sutra contains guidance to couples about the dangers of having passion with sexual relations.
- The purpose of anti-miscegenation laws was to make ____ illegal.
- There are _______ quizzes in this class and the top _______ count toward the final grade.
· What best describes how semen was viewed in early Chinese civilization?
· What best describes marriage and sexual relations in ancient Rome?
· What best describes most teen shows in the U.S.?
- What best describes most teen shows in the U.S.?
- What best describes the role of sexologists?
- What best describes the term Platonic?
- What best describes the view of women during the Victorian Era?
- What is a quadruped?
- What is one way that Margaret Sanger influenced sexuality history?
- What is our best guess about the function of pederasty in ancient Greece?
- What is TRUE about the relationship between the white settlers and minority in the U.S.?
- What is TRUE about the relationship between white settlers and minority groups in the US?
- What term below refers to a lifestyle that rejects sensual pleasures such as drinking alcohol, eating rich food or engaging in sex?
- What was a main contribution of Hebrew thought on sexual attitudes in the Western world?
· What was one result of the Social Hygiene Movement?
- What was the 19th century cure for hysteria?
- What was the main contribution of the Greek culture in Western history?
- What was the name for a man who had his testicles and/or penis removed to prevent him from engaging in sexual activity?
- When does the Center for Civic Engagement opportunity end?
- When humans began to walk upright, how did sexuality change?
- When the U.S. Government mandated abstinence only education, what happened?
- Which ancient civilization emphasized the natural blending of masculine and feminine principles as part of the procreative process?
- Which of the following is most attributed to the liberation of female sexuality?
- Ashley feels very conflicted about her sexuality. She enjoys sex with her partner, Matthew, but at the same time feels very guilty about having sex before marriage. What is Ashley experiencing?
- During the Victorian era, women consulted their doctors to learn how to sexually please their husbands.
- Foot binding originated out of men’s desire for women with small feminine feet.
- How did the arrival of the medical model of sexuality at the end of the 19th century impact views of sexuality in the United States?
- How many points are quiz questions worth?
- In 1973, the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from its list of psychiatric disorders.
- Is there extra credit in this class?
- There are ________ section tests in this class and ________ count toward the final grade.
- What was a main contribution of the Greek culture in Western history?
- “Women have sexual appetites equal to men and they do not necessarily need men to satisfy those appetites.” Which researcher would agree most strongly with this statement?
- A couple comes to a lab and has sexual intercourse first with no one observing and then comes back and has sex while hooked up to a variety of instruments to measure changes in erection and vaginal lubrication. This couple might have been participants in a study done by which researcher(s)?
- A man wants to rid himself of sexual fantasies of young boys. A therapist shows the man pictures of boys; if he responds with an erection, he receives and electric shock. Which theoretical perspective does this demonstrate?
- A research process is a set of assumptions, principles and methods that help a research understand the nature of phenomenon being studied.
· A research who wants to study sexual behavior of adults in the U>S> uses a college-level human sexuality class to get participants. What sample method is the research using?
- A researcher doing in-depth interviews often asks the same questions in different ways during the interview to assure accurate and honest responses. How does this impact the results?
· A researcher wants to study people’s behavior on first time dates so he/she joins an Internet dating service. What types of research method would this be?
- A university student spent hours answering hundreds of questions asked by an interviewer. The questions were easy to understand and the student was assured all responses would remain confidential. The student might have been a participant in a study done by which researcher(s)?
- According to evolutionary theory, we enter a sexual relationship to:
- According to sociological theory, what is the first factory that influences our values about what is sexually right or wrong?
· All of the following are criticism of Freud’s theory EXCEPT:
- Attachment styles come from
· Behavioral theorists commonly use aversion therapy to exchange unwanted sexuality related behaviors.
- Behavioral theory is to operant conditioning as humanistic theory is to:
· Conservative politicians have repeatedly been successful in eliminating funding for sexuality research.
- Female orgasmic ability varies greatly from culture to culture to culture.
- Freud is to case study as Masters and Johnson are to:
· How did Alfred Kinsey obtain most of his research data?
- How did the National Health and Social Life Survey of the early 1990s have improved results from Kinsey’s work several decades earlier?
- If Freud is correct, sexual urges are LEASY important while a child is in which stage?
- If someone filled out an in-school questionnaire when they were in 8th grade and have been interviewed four more times throughout adulthood, what is the name of the study they most likely participated in?
- In an experiment, what variable does the experimenter manipulate?
· In the 2010 National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, findings showed that the rate of vaginal intercourse among heterosexual teens is increasing rapidly.
· In what area(s) is there currently a lack of sexuality research?
- Masters and Johnson gathered sexuality data primarily through case studies?
· Of the following early sexuality researchers, who would most likely label homosexual behavior as pathological?
- Queer theory supports slow, steady social change.
- Researchers using methods of direct observation find that getting participants for their studies is fairly easy among college student populations.
- Sexuality research has become fragmented over the last few decades.
- Sigmund Freud believed that our basic personality is formed by events that happen to us in the first six years of life.
- Sociological theorists analyze gender roles as the most significant way that an individuals sexuality identity is formed.
- The influence of law and religion and the impact of economic conditions on sexual behaviors are stressed most by which theory?
- The main limitation of a correlational study is that it doesn’t provide and information about cause.
- The theoretical foundation of Attachment Theory is
· What best described the most recent U.S. approach to sex research?
· What best describes findings from the 2010 National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior?
- What best describes the most recent US approach to sex research?
- What did Freud believe takes place during the phallic stage of development?
- What is a disadvantage of correlational research?
- What is a major limitation of the case study method of research?
· What is a potential advantage of Internet-based sexuality research?
· What is TRUE about Evelyn Hookers research?
· What statement best fits with queer theory?
- What was the primary focus of sexual research in the 19th century?
· What was the religious background of many of the early sexuality researchers?
- Where were Morton Hunt’s findings on sexual behaviors during the 1970s published?
· Which group conducted a well-known global study of sexuality?
- Which of the following best describes a goal of future sexuality research?
- Which of the following best describes the present day field of sexuality research?
- Which of the following best fits the findings of cross-cultural studies?
- Which person below is MOST likely to participate in sexuality research study?
- Which researcher founded the Institute for Sexology and believing that homosexuality was genetic, argued for the repeal of laws against homosexuality and bisexuality?
· Which theorist would most likely say, “how one behaves as a man or a woman is controlled primarily by our genes?
- Which theorists would recommend treating sexual disorders by rewarding desired behaviors?
· Which theory emphasizes the structure of the personality on the unconscious nature of sexuality?
- Who conducted most sexuality research in the late 19th century?
- Who was the first researcher to ask Americans about their sexual behavior, finding in his/her study that most of the U.S. women surveyed thought sexual intercourse was for pleasure and reproduction?
- Why are findings from the National College Health Assessment possibly not generalizable?
· Why was Morton Hunt’s research results not considered generalizable?
- Your romantic partner texts you. If you don't text them right back they become frantic and call you. According to the Attachment book, the frantic feeling your partner experiences is an example of:
- A researcher who wants to study sexual behavior of adults in the U.S. uses a college-level human sexuality class to get participants. What sample method is the researcher using?
· According to communication experts, hedge words decrease the speaker’s perceived assertiveness of speech.
- According to communication experts, what type of speech pattern decreases the speaker’s perceived assertiveness in speech?
- According to communication researcher, Deborah Tannen, women tend to use more ______ talk while men use more ______ talk.
- According to Epstein, what aspect of human behavior perpetuates gender inequalities?
· According to research findings, what is true related to nonverbal communication patterns?
- According to Tannen, women tend to use rapport talk while men use report talk.
· According to the onion theory of communication, what best describes how we reveal ourselves to others?
- According to your text, what are some of the ways society has contributed to increasing fears of men?
- According to your text, which best describes a benefit that communication can add to a relationship?
- All of the following are true about sex development and brain differentiation EXCEPT:
- Cognitive development theory suggests that gender attitudes change predictably as children get older because:
· Couples who report disagreements in their relationship tend to experience higher levels of satisfaction than couples who report that they do not fight at all.
· Critics of Tannen’s work regarding kar question her assumption that:
· Gender roles are fundamentally innate.
· Generally speaking, a transsexual individual with an XX sex chromosome pair is likely to feel:
- If a gender – specific behavior is largely determined by culture, what is that behavior most accurately called?
· In most cultures, men are more likely than women to have all of the following EXCEPT:
· In one research study that asked men and women to report how they express their consent to engage in sex with a partner, what did most report?
· In the 1500s, King Henry VIII of England divorced Catherine of Aragon because she gave birth to a daughter not a son. Henry VIII’s reasoning was:
· In the famous Brenda/Bruce story, it was shown how a transgendered person could find psychological well-being through sex reassignment surgery.
· In the heat of the moment, Jordan tells his partner if her doesn’t do what he wants, he will pack all of his things and move out when in reality he has no plans to leave. What is this an example of?
· In the United States, personal health is valued over personal beauty.
· Iran has one of the highest rates of sexual reassignment surgery in the world.
- Megan was raised as a female. When she failed to menstruate at puberty, her doctor found that she was genetically male. What is Megan’s most likely diagnosis?
- Nadia says, “We never make love anymore.” She and her partner have sex about twice a week which is less often than they used to. What is her statement an example of?
· Negative emotional facial expressions are more similar across cultures than positive emotional facial expressions.
· Piaget is to cognitive theory as Bem is to:
· Research shows that parents allow boys more flexibility in toy choices than girls.
- Sandra Bem would define an androgynous individual as one who is:
- Someone with Turner syndrome would look like a genetic female at birth.
· Students self-disclose on Facebook more than they would in other situations.
· The use of online avatars falls under what category of communication?
- Using the measure of androgyny developed by Sandra Bem in the 1970’s, what did the current research find related to perceptions of gender traits?
- What best characterizes couples’ relationship satisfaction and level of disagreements?
· What best describes emoticons?
- What best describes the three goals of communication discussed in your chapter?
· What category/style of communication skills do people tend to prefer when they want to discuss strategies or learn more about a topic?
· What conversation technique is critical in maintaining healthy and satisfying sexual relationships?
- What did Williams and Best find in their cross cultural research related to gender?
- What do Maltz and Borker suggest related to head – nodding in conversations between men and women?
- What do the hijra, kathoey, and xani-th have in common?
· What does research show related to information posted on people’s Facebook pages?
- What does the author of your textbook suggest helps facilitate a meaningful conversation about sexuality in a relationship?
· What does the author of your textbook suggest is responsible for the level of body dissatisfaction in the United states?
- What factor (s) contribute to communication problems for couples?
· What is a potential benefit of online communication?
· What is an example of using a hedge in conversation?
- What is the name of the communication technique where the listener uses nodding and eye contact to signal that he/she is attentive to the speaker?
- What is the rarest disorder of sex development in which a child is born with both, fully formed ovaries and fully formed testes?
- What is TRUE of sex reassignment surgery (SRS)?
- What is true of Turner’s syndrome?
· What is Turner’s syndrome?
- What statement below does Margaret Mead’s famous discussion about the Tchambuli tribe of New Guinea provide support for?
- What theory would most likely have the motto “nature not nurture”?
· What type of communication skills are women more likely to use?
- Where is the majority of a person’s gaze directed during a typical conversation?
· Which culture is more likely to rely on nonverbal cues in communication?
· Which of the following is true about gender roles in adolescence?
· Which surgical procedure is the more popular option used for female to male transitions?
- Which type of culture is more likely to express thoughts, feelings and ideas as directly as possible?
- Who is likely to hold a more negative attitude about aging?
- Who would likely be the BEST at decoding and translating nonverbal communication?
- According to your text, what is one way self-esteem impacts a person’s relationships?
- Children see that on Saturdays their mom spends the day inside cleaning and doing the laundry while their dad does outside work such as mowing the yard and changing the oil. What theory suggests that children learn gender roles through this type of modeling?
- Couples who talk about sexuality related issues report higher levels of relationship satisfaction.
- Dr. Brian Baker found that, if you have a mild form of high blood pressure, being
- John Gottman found that the ratio of positive to negative interactions in a relationship:
- Latoya says, “I might be wrong, but I think it is going to rain today.” What is this an example of?
- Research demonstrates that in the typical elementary school classroom in the U.S.:
- The Dependency Paradox is that
- The pairs of chromosomes that determine the sex of the child are the autosomes.
- The use of tag questions seems to be a universal feature of men’s and women’s communication patterns.
- What country has one of the highest rates of sexual reassignment surgeries in the world?
- What is a characteristic of a good lover?
- What is the most likely diagnosis for a male who is infertile and the problem is genetic?
- What is the process called in which an infant is taught the basic skills for functioning in society?
- What person would be diagnosed with a disorder of sex development?
- Which of the following statements is TRUE?
- What term refers to male and female sex organs which arise from the same tissue?
- What question would someone be LEAST likely to ask earlier in a relationship?
- What is the best treatment for Turner’s syndrome?
- What is an umbrella term used to refer to a range of different sexual orientations, gender behaviors, or ideologies?
- What is characteristic of men and gossiping?
- What female sex organ arises from the same tissue as the glans of the penis?
- Sexual differentiation of the genitals begins earlier in pregnancy than sexual differentiation of the brain.
- If following the pattern of findings in the U.S., which person would be LEAST likely to adhere to gender role stereotyping?
- If someone is needy, according to the Attached book,
- If someone is trying to weigh his/her options to make a decision about whether to take a new job in a different city, he/she is likely to prefer talking with a friend who has this style of communication.
- An androgynous individual has ambiguous genitals.
- Breasts are an example of secondary sexual characteristics.
- A child with gonads of one sex but ambiguous external genitalia is referred to as asexual.
- According to Tannen’s theory, which of the following would men be more likely than women to do in conversations?
- Which woman would you expect to experience the LEAST amount of hypothalamic activation in a stressful situation?
- Which researcher sought a medical degree primarily to study sexuality and reported that homosexuality and masturbation were not abnormal?
- What is an important characteristic of active listening?
- What category/style of communication skills are referred to as more comforting and involve a significant amount of listening?
- The term, genderlects, refers to using negative and gender stereotyping words during conversations.
- St. Paul was central in establishing the Christian view of sexuality that dominated Western thought for the next 2,000 years.
- Most hormonal secretions are regulated by the brain.
- In the United States, there is a particularly high value on:
- According to your text, what is one crucial factor that nondefensive listening relies on?
- According to the Onion Theory of communication people have the tendency to reveal information about themselves from the inside out.
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