P204_S11_Exam1StudyGuide

P204_S11_Exam1StudyGuide - P204 - Spring 2011 Exam 1 Study...

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P204 - Spring 2011 Exam 1 Study Guide Topic: Sexuality in Perspective Chapter 1 – Lecture 1 Define biological sex Define gender identity Influence of media vs. science on Americans’ sexual knowledge Concept of ethnocentrism as applied to sexuality 3 general rules governing same-sex behavior across cultures Key concepts associated with ethnicity and sexuality/sexual behavior Key concepts of Sexual Health definition from World Health Organization (sexual rights) Topic: Theoretical Perspectives Basic concepts of the following theories: Sociobiological; Freudian; Cognitive; Learning; Gender Schemas; Scripting Sociobiological Theory 1. Purpose/outcomes of sexual behavior Freud’s Theory of Psychosexual Development – 1. Define Id, Ego, Superego – know how they relate to one another 2. Define Libido – know how it relates to Id 3. Critiques of Freudian Theory Learning Theory – 1. How conditioning may relate to/affect sexual behavior/arousal Gender Schema Theory (Bem)
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