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Chapter 02 Theoretical Perspectives on Sexuality1. Sociobiologists study the _____ aspect of human sexual behavior. A. socioculturalB. normativeC. evolutionaryD. quantum
2. Which of the following is true of sociobiology?
3. _____ is the biological theory which states that all living things have acquired their present forms through gradual changes in their genetic endowment over successive generations.
4. Evolution occurs via _____, the process by which the animals that are best adapted to their environment are more likely to survive, reproduce, and pass on their genes to the next generation.
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5. _____ is a process in nature resulting in the survival of only those animals and persons that are best adapted to their environment. A. ExistentialismB. Natural selectionC. Structural functionalismD. Environmentalism
6. Which of the following is true of natural selection?
7. Sociobiologists suggest that the characteristics used to judge a person's attractiveness, like their physique and complexion, are related to the person's _____.
8. According to sociobiologists, which of the following is true of the pair-bond?
9. Which of the following is true of the attachment between an infant and a parent? A. It has no significance in contemporary societies.B. It is a biological mechanism that reduces infant vulnerability.C. It applies only to parents belonging to primitive societies.D. It has no impact upon the infant's chances of survival.

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