Psychobiology of Women Practice Test 2

Psychobiology of Women Practice Test 2 - Psych/Women 357...

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Psych/Women 357 NAME ___________________________________ Test 2 STUDENT NUMBER _____________________________ Spring, 2005 VERSION A Test Instructions: 1. Put your name and student number on both this test sheet and on your mark-sense form. Be sure to accurately fill in the bubbles on the mark-sense form. 2. Put the test version (found above) on your mark-sense form and fill in the appropriate bubble. 3. Answer all true-false and multiple choice questions both on this form and on your mark-sense form. THE ANSWERS ON THE MARK-SENSE FORM ARE THE ONES THAT WILL BE GRADED so be particularly cautious in filling out that form. The answers on this sheet, when later compared to the test key, will permit you to determine which questions you answered correctly or incorrectly. This is important for your personal feedback since the mark-sense form will not be returned. 4. Answer the short-answer questions on this sheet only. 5. Insert your mark-sense sheet into this test packet and turn them both in to the appropriate pile at the front of the class. True or False. (1 point each) 1. Most hormonal systems in the body are regulated using positive feedback systems . A. True B. False 2. Caffeine inhibits the production and release of ADH resulting in an increase in the amount of water lost in urine. A. True B. False 3. Both prostaglandin and oxytocin levels are high during labor. A. True B. False 4. In her review of treatments for PMS and PMDD, Rapkin concludes that non-pharmacological treatments such as exercise and dietary changes are never effective in treating PMS symptoms. A. True B. False 5. Research shows that in heterosexual relationships men are more likely than women to initiate sex with their partner. A. True B. False 6. Menstrual synchrony is more often seen in studies of lesbian couples than in studies of heterosexual women who live in the same dorm, apartment or house. A. True B. False 7. Prolactin is a gonadotropic hormone. A. True B. False 8. Women using hormonal contraceptives show a greater increase in sex drive/sex behavior at mid-cycle than that seen for women using highly effective, non-hormonal contraceptives. A. True B. False Test 2A – Psych/Women 357 – Spring 2005 page 1 of 10
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9. Batchelder, in her article on the many debates and players in sexuality education, notes that teachers’ plans for classroom presentations and curriculum content now override parents’ voices in determining sexuality education content. A. True B. False 10. ADH, also known as vasopressin, is produced mainly in the supraoptic nucleus of the hypothalamus and is released into the bloodstream at the posterior pituitary. A. True B. False 11. On average, thelarche precedes adrenarche for White girls but these two events occur simultaneously for Black girls. A.
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