Final Study Guide - FSHD450Spring2009 StudyGuideFINALEXAM

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FSHD 450 Spring 2009 Study Guide – FINAL EXAM 1. Regan cites various studies that show a link between biological sex and attitudes about  sex.  What is the most common finding among the studies reviewed by Regan (i.e.,  Robinson, Balkwell, & Ward, 1980; Roche & Ramsbey, 1993; when people are questioned about views of sexual intercourse in committed vs. non- committed relationships?  Based on the conclusions in these studies, do women have  more or less interest in sex?  Why?  How does the study by McCabe and Collins support  your answer? 2. According to Regan, how do individualist cultures view premarital sex compared to  collectivist cultures? 3. What are general conclusions that Regan states can be drawn about attitudes toward sex  within marriage? 4.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2010 for the course FSHD 450 taught by Professor Ridley during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Final Study Guide - FSHD450Spring2009 StudyGuideFINALEXAM

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