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c13 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Probably the first thing we want to know about a baby that we are viewing for the first time is its A. race B. religion C. social class D. gender 2. ________ is a set of norms, or culturally defined expectations, that define how people of one gender ought to behave. A. A gender role B. Gender identity C. A stereotype D. A schema 3. A ________ is a set of culturally defined expectations that define how people of one gender ought to behave; a ________ is a generalization about a group of people (such as all persons of one gender) that distinguishes them from others. 4. Since 1972, stereotypes among university students about men and women have
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5. Ben believes that women are weaker than men and need men to take care of them—a stereotype he's held since youth. After befriending Julie, a self-made successful entrepreneur and CEO of an international corporation, Ben's beliefs 6. According to cognitive theorists, which is NOT TRUE about our gender schema? A. It influences how we process information. B. It causes us to dichotomize information on the basis of gender. C. It causes us to distort information that is stereotypically inconsistent. D. Its influence is not affected by our own gender roles. 7. __________ are cognitive frameworks for how people are expected to behave in social situations. 8. Which of the following is NOT an aspect of the traditional sexual script (TSS) for males in sexual situations? 9. In their studies of initiating sexual activity in dating and cohabiting couples, Byers and colleagues (1989; 1992) found that
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  • Winter '18
  • adam brown
  • Human Sexuality, partner, Sexual intercourse, Hyde

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