ch11

Psychology in Action

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T EXT E RICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 335 Learning Objectives 336 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 337 Teaching Resources 339 Lecture Lead-Ins 340 Lecture Extenders 341 Key Terms 343 Discussion Questions 344 Web Sites 345 Suggested Films and Videos 346 Books for Success 349 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 350 Brain-Based Learning Activities 357 Critical Thinking Exercises 359 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 366 Writing Project 368 Instructor's Resource Guide                                Chapter 11                                       Page  78                                                                               C HAPTER 11 GENDER AND HUMAN SEXUALITY
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O utline Sex and Gender What is “Maleness” and “Femaleness”? Gender Role Development Gender Identity Formation Case Study/Personal Story The Tragic Tale of “John/Joan” Sex and Gender Differences Research Highlight Video Games, Gender, and Spatial Skills Critical Thinking /Active Learning Gender Differences and Critical Thinking The Study of Human Sexuality Sexual Arousal and Response Gender and Cultural Diversity Are There Evolutionary Advantages to Female Nonmonogamy? Sexual Orientation Sexual Problems Sexual Dysfunction Research Highlight Is Cybersex Harmful? Sexually Transmitted Infections Psychology at Work Protecting Yourself and Others Against STIs Critical Thinking/Active Learning Rape Myths and Rape Prevention          Instructor's Resource Guide                                Chapter 11                                       Page  79                                                                      
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L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 11, the student should be able to: 11.1 Compare and contrast sex and gender. (p. 376) 11.2 Define gender role, and describe the two major theories of gender role development. (p. 376) 11.3 Differentiate between gender identity, transsexualism, transvestism, and sexual orientation. (p. 378) 11.4 Describe the major sex and gender differences between men and women. (p. 381) 11.5 What is androgyny? (p. 383) 11.6 Describe early studies of sexuality and the contributions of Ellis, Kinsey, and Masters and Johnson. (p. 386) 11.7 Why are cross-cultural studies of sexuality important? (p. 387) 11.8 What are the four stages in Masters and Johnson’s sexual response cycle? (p. 389) 11.9 Describe how the evolutionary perspective and the social role approach help explain male/female differences in sexual behavior. (p. 391) 11.10 Discuss the latest research on sexual orientation. (p. 391) 11.11 Describe how biological, psychological, and social forces contribute to sexual dysfunction. (p. 394) 11.12 Discuss how sex therapists treat sexual dysfunction, and list the four major principles of
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