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Chapter 12 / Exercise 1
What is Psychology?: Foundations, Applications, and Integration
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True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-05 Identify the influences of social class; gender; ethnicity; and geographic region in the sexual behaviour of Canadians. 89. The World Health Organization (WHO) definition of sexual health, adopted in 2002, includes both negative and positive rights. True False Page 13 of 15
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-07 Explain the principles of the sexual health and sexual rights perspectives. 90. There is no known religion that advocates the cultivation of sexual techniques for the erotic needs of the individual.
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-02 Show the influences on sexuality of religion; science; the media; and the Internet. 91. The main thing to be learned from examining sexuality in different cultures is to show how "strange" other cultures are in their handling of sexual matters.
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-05 Identify the influences of social class; gender; ethnicity; and geographic region in the sexual behaviour of Canadians. 92. Humans are the only mammals who masturbate on a regular basis—this is especially true for females.
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-06 Compare sexual behaviour in humans and other species. 93. Probably the real distinction between the sexual behaviour of humans and other species is that we are not nearly so much under the control of hormones. True False
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-06 Compare sexual behaviour in humans and other species. 94. One of the things that makes humans unique in sexuality is the use of sex for non-sexual purposes.
True / False Question Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Bloom's: Remember Learning Objective: 01-06 Compare sexual behaviour in humans and other species. 95. Discuss what is meant by sex and gender. Why are the differences between the two terms important?
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Explanation: Answers will vary Essay Question Bloom's: Understand Learning Objective: 01-01 Identify some of the issues surrounding the terms sex and gender. 96. Discuss two early sex researchers in terms of who they were and the kind of work they did. Explanation: Answers will vary Essay Question Bloom's: Understand Learning Objective: 01-03 Describe the contributions of the major sex researchers to sex research and education. 97. What are the main findings of the Victorian Sex Survey described by the authors of your text? What do these findings tell us about the sexual life of Victorian women? Explanation: Answers will vary Essay Question Bloom's: Understand Learning Objective: 01-03 Describe the contributions of the major sex researchers to sex research and education.

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