Chapter 11 Self-Test - Title Started Submitted Timespent...

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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  ›  View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of unlimited  Title: Ch11 Self Test Started: July 20, 2009 9:57 PM Submitted: July 20, 2009 9:57 PM Time spent: 00:00:10  Current score: 1/75 = 1.3333%   This assessment is only partially graded.   Graded Questions: 1/65.0 = 1.54%  Ungraded Questions: --/10  1.   Sexual orientation refers to the gender that a person is attracted to:    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1.  sexually.    2.  romantically.    3.  physically.    4.  emotionally.    5. all of the above 100%       2.
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  Which of the following is true about defining sexuality?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. Sexual fantasies are the most accurate  representation of sexual orientation    2. all of these are true    3. Sexual experimentation does not necessarily  define sexual orientation    4. When behavior and beliefs are in conflict,  sexuality is usually defined by beliefs    5. Female homosexuals prefer the term gay to  describe themselves      3.   Kinsey thought that homosexuality was:    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. based on past experience.    2. all or none.    3. more dependent on emotions and fantasies  than on behavior.    4. best understood as a continuum of behavior.    5. impossible to measure.      4.
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  Who developed the model that attempts to incorporate seven  dimensions of sexual orientation and the concept of time: the past and  the present?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. Kinsey    2. Cass    3. Bieber    4. Klein    5. Hooker      5.   Regarding the incidence of homosexuality today,    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. there are more bisexuals than gay men and  lesbians combined.    2. there are more bisexuals than gay men.    3. there are more gay men than lesbians.    4. there are about equal numbers of gay men,  lesbians, and bisexuals.    5. there are more lesbians than gay men.      6.
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  How has the frequency of same-sex behavior in the United States  changed over the years?    Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1. It has only increased among men but not  among women.    2. It has decreased over the years due to  increased homophobia.    3. It has increased over the years due to the  changes in the social status of homosexuality.    4. It has remained constant over the years in  spite of the changes in the social status of  homosexuality.
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