Final Review Sheet

Final Review Sheet - A diagram that shows who legally emotionally and genetically all belong to the same family is called a genogram The family you

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A diagram that shows who legally, emotionally, and genetically all belong to the same family is called a genogram . The family you are born into and raised is called family of origin or family of orientation. Which theory focuses on tasks related to stages or life cycle, especially those involving entrances and exits?  Family  development perspective   What change did the Industrial Revolution have on families? Men commuting; move to suburbia; children seen as  adolescents; women looked after kids; marry more for love What effect did war and the Depression have on women?  Women went to work [needed money]/doing men's work  independent; women earned less [more men unemployed; more expensive]   The socially learned attitudes and behaviors associated with being male or female are called gender roles   Exaggerated expectations about a category of people that does not apply to all individuals are known as stereotypes A male-dominated society is called patriarchical   A person who expresses the cultural characteristics of both male and female is called androgynous Most of the class agrees with Ira Reiss [in your book] that despite women becoming more independent and self- sufficient, a double  standard exists concerning housework, sex, and curfews   A person who believes it's okay to have sex if no one gets hurt would have a hedonistic  view Someone who adheres strictly to religious codes and what is "right or wrong" would practice absolutism   Sexually sensitive areas of the body are called erogenous  zones Getting sexual pleasure from a nonsexual object is known as a fetish A person who is temperamentally suited to another - they are best friends confidants, and romantic partners is soul   mates Passionate love is called eros The first step in the Wheel Theory of Love is rapport According to Attachment Theory, adults that have a difficulty establishing any close relationships with others are called 
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2010 for the course PSYCH 16 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '10 term at Pierce College.

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