Study Guide Exam 4

Study Guide Exam 4 - Study Guide Exam 4 Chapter 12...

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Study Guide Exam # 4 Chapter 12 sexuality of infants - Capacity for sexual response present at birth - Arousal, orgasm - Infants engage in self-pleasuring activity 2 - 3 years: masturbation begins 4 - 7 years: sex play begins 5 - 7 years: begin to enact marriage scripts 8 - 9 years: homosociality 10-11 years: interest in bodily changes suggestions for reducing teen pregnancies - Educational efforts should stress that sex is a positive aspect of our humanity: teens who have more accepting & positive attitude toward sex are more likely to use contraception effectively - School-based clinics - Compulsory national sex education curriculum, all grades - Emphasize shared responsibility - Increase condom availability - Free, confidential contraceptive services - Compulsory national sex-education - Focus on shared responsibility for BC - Relax governmental restrictions childhood sex play - Most common 4-7 - Play more important than sex - Curious Play house - Same-sex sex play more common - Increase in frequency and numbers in adolescence Almost all boys 3 out of 4 girls by end of adolescence Safe sexual release Way to learn about self factors associated with later onset of coitus - Strong religious beliefs - Regular religious service attendance - Spiritual connectedness with friends - Perception of maternal disapproval - Satisfaction with relationship with mother - Parental disapproval - Higher socioeconomic status - Good school performanceLater onset of puberty - Good school performance - High parental expectations - Belief that they had 1 or more adults in their lives who cared about them - High-quality parent-child relationships - Communication - Higher intelligence HIV education and teen sexual behavior - 20% of AIDS cases contracted in teen years - Most teens do not think they are at risk - are educated
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- Adolescent belief in invulnerability - Condoms viewed more as BC than as STD protection, don’t use with anal intercourse effects of physical affection in infancy/childhood on later adult adjustment - Learn through parental affection, hugging,kissing - Will impact capacity for affection in adult life - In societies where children are nurtured, less violence in adulthood childhood masturbation - Common and natural - Parental response Mention potential for pleasure Set boundaries “private” /respect privacy earliest signs of puberty in males and females - Both Sexes Pubic hair, growth spurt Genitals enlarge, axillary oil-secretion - Girls Breast buds Voice changes - Boys Facial hair Voice deepens double standard among teens: - Girls Focus on sexuality = relationship Dilemma: to appear sexy to attract males but not to appear “easy” - Boys Focus on sexuality = conquest homosexuality and teens - Unusually high incidences of depression, - substance abuse & suicide attempts - Bullied, harassed, physically assaulted
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