CarrollDS_1e_TB_Chapter13.rtf - Chapter 13 Varieties of Sexual Expression TRUE\/FALSE 1 Although society has been more tolerant of sexual diversity in

CarrollDS_1e_TB_Chapter13.rtf - Chapter 13 Varieties of...

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Chapter 13: Varieties of Sexual Expression TRUE/FALSE 1. Although society has been more tolerant of sexual diversity in recent years, some medical and sexuality texts still categorize certain kinds of behavior as sexually deviant. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.1 What Is "Typical" Sexual Expression?, Textbook OBJ: LO1: Discuss the changing societal attitudes toward sexual variations throughout history. MSC: TYPE: Easy 2. The word paraphilia is derived from the Latin “para” (besides) and “philia” (love or attraction). ANS: F PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.2 What Are Paraphilias?, Textbook | Animation - Key Terms Exercise, Online OBJ: LO2: Define paraphilia and list the essential features of a paraphilia as suggested by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. MSC: TYPE: Easy 3. Most children who play around with clothing from the opposite sex develop an erotic attraction to the clothing over time. ANS: F PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.3 Fetishism, Textbook OBJ: LO4: Explain how the intermittent use of certain objects or fantasies in lovemaking differs from a fetish. MSC: TYPE: Easy 4. A fetishistic disorder is defined as recurrent and intense sexual arousal manifested in fantasies, urges, or behaviors that involve the use of nonliving objects, or focus on nongenital body parts. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.3 Fetishism, Textbook OBJ: LO5: Define fetishistic disorder. MSC: TYPE: Easy 5. The preferred object in a fetishistic disorder must be used during all sexual acts. ANS: F PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.3 Fetishism, Textbook OBJ: LO5: Define fetishistic disorder. MSC: TYPE: Medium 6. The sexual arousal in sexual sadism disorder comes from either fantasies or behaviors. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Apply REF: 13.4 Sadism and Masochism, Textbook OBJ: LO7: Define sexual sadism disorder. MSC: TYPE: Medium 7. Sadomasochistic subcultures exist primarily among homosexuals. ANS: F PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.4 Sadism and Masochism, Textbook OBJ: LO9: Discuss sadomasochistic behaviors and differentiate between dominant and submissive roles. MSC: TYPE: Easy
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8. In most S&M encounters, both partners take turns playing the dominant and submissive roles. ANS: F PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.4 Sadism and Masochism, Textbook OBJ: LO9: Discuss sadomasochistic behaviors and differentiate between dominant and submissive roles. MSC: TYPE: Medium 9. The majority of men and women who engage in BDSM behaviors are well adjusted and well educated. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Remember REF: 13.4 Sadism and Masochism, Textbook OBJ: LO9: Discuss sadomasochistic behaviors and differentiate between dominant and submissive roles. MSC: TYPE: Easy 10. Most exhibitionists engage in voyeurism before beginning to expose themselves. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's: Understand REF: 13.5 Exhibitionism and Voyeurism, Textbook OBJ: LO10: Define exhibitionism and explain what exhibitionists are typically looking for when they flash an unsuspecting individual. MSC: TYPE: Easy 11. The media has created a society of casual voyeurs in our modern world.
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