Exam 3 Study Guide Chapters 12-18.docx - Professor McNichols Psych 210 The Diversity of Human Sexuality Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 12 Sexual Development

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Professor McNichols Psych 210: The Diversity of Human Sexuality Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 12– Sexual Development from Childhood through Adolescence 1. Childhood sexual expressiona.Why is research on childhood sexuality limited and what is the current solution? 2.The various dimensions of sexual development a.The cognitive dimensionb.The social (interpersonal) dimensionc.The gender dimensiond.The orientation dimension e.Erotic dimensionFor Infants (Birth to 2 years)a.What are the typical sexual experiences of an infant?b.How does the idea of sexuality develop cognitively?c.How is gender experienced?d.What are typical rearing differences between boys and girls?e.How is eroticism experienced?f.What does the social dimension of sexuality consist of?g.What is the state of sexual orientation in infancy?For early childhood (Age 2-8)a.The development of sexuality in early childhoodb.What are the typical sexual experiences of young children?c.How does the idea of sexuality develop cognitively?d.How is gender experienced?e.How is eroticism experienced?f.What does the social dimension of sexuality look like?g.What is the state of sexual orientation in infancy?For Pre-Adolescence (Age 8-12)a.Beginning of sexual consciousness b.Gender segregation and stereotypec.Same gender sexual experiencesd.Love mapsFor Adolescencea.Coming of age ceremonies in different culturesb.What are the effects of porn use on teenagers?c.Super peer theoryd.Faith based programs3.Child Sexual Abuse a.Definitionb.Conditions of child sexual abusec.What is the most commonly reported age for child sexual abuse?d.High-risk environments for child sexual abuse?
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e. What are the most common behaviors involved in child sexual abuse?f.Consequences of child sexual abuse?g.Child sexual abuse prevention programs Key Terms The cognitive dimension The social (Interpersonal) dimension The gender dimension The orientation dimension Erotic dimension Bar Mitvah / Bat Mitvah Quinceanera Super peer theory Virginity pledge programs Abstinence-only programs Comprehensive sex education programs Intergenerational sex Child sexual abuse Chapter 13 – Sexual Development from Adulthood Through Old Age 1. Forms and functions of marriage a. Right to have children b. Ownership of property and inheritance c. Social stability d. Kinship networks 2. Marital Forms a. Monogamy b. Polygamy i. Polygyny ii. Concubines iii. Harems iv. Polyandry 3. Marriage a. Changing trends b. Climbing Mt Maslow Without Enough Oxygen c. companionship-passion dilemma d. Modern Alternatives to Marriage: Polyamory i. Hub and spoke model ii. Molecular model iii. Polyfidelity iv. Compersion 4. Paradox of Sex in Long Term Relationships a. Esther Perel b. Pepper Schwarz and Janet Lever
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5. Marriage and sex a. Sexual satisfaction i. Frequency of sex decreases over time b. End of relationship/Divorce i. Factors 1. Age at marriage 2. Ethnicity 3. Education level 4. Differing religions or races 5. Drinking, drug abuse, infidelity, infertility ii. Positive and negative consequences 6.
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