What are the major bacterial STIs 185 8 What is syphilis a What are its three

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7.What are the major bacterial STIs? (18.5) 8. What is syphilis? a. What are its three stages? b. What symptoms does it cause? c. How is it spread? d. How is it treated? 9. What is Gonorrhea? a. How does it develop? b. What symptoms does it cause? c. How is it spread? d. How is it treated? e. Where is it primarily found in the US? 10. What is Chlamydia? a. What symptoms does it cause? b. How is it spread? c. How is it treated? d. Importantly, how common is it? 11. How do viral STIs primarily differ from bacterial STIs? (18.6) 12. What are the major viral STIs and what do they cause? 13. What is the difference between Herpes Simplex 1 and 2? a. How are both contracted and spread? b. What symptoms does each cause? 14. How is HPV contracted and spread? a. What symptoms does it cause? b. Describe the link between HPV and cervical cancer. c. What is the recommended vaccine for the HPV virus? d. Who should get it and why? 15. What is the difference between Hepatitis A and B? a. What symptoms do they cause? b. How are they treated? 16. What is the difference between being HIV positive and having full blown AIDS? 17. How is HIV spread? In which fluids is it most heavily concentrated? 18. What types of sexual behaviors are most likely to spread HIV? 19. Who is most at risk for HIV? 20. How does HIV unfold once a person has been infected? 21. What are the major classes of anti-retroviral drugs and how do they work? 22. How is HIV treated? What is the prognosis like now versus 30 years ago?
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23. What are the ways in which you can reduce your risk of contracting an STI? (18.7)KEY TERMS:
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1. Defining rape and sexual assault (19.3) a. Statutory rape b. Date rape c. Acquaintance rape d. Rates 2. Victims of sexual violence. (19.3.1) a. prevalence b. Reporting and prosecution c. effects on victims d. victim-survivor debate 3. Explanatory Model of Rape (19.4) a. Biosocial theories i. Main ideas and limitations b. Individual difference models (Psychosexual) i. Perpetrator identities/what distinguish rapists from non-rapists ii. Empathy iii. 4 stages that culminate in a rape(Malamuth Model) c. Social learning model i. Rape culture 1. What it is, why and how it gets perpetuated ii. Gender role dysfunction iii. Rape myths (3 categories) 1. Perceptions of female and male role iv. Sexual scripts that support rape culture 4. Sexual Assault on College Campuses (19.5) a. Title IX b. Sexual Consent c. Role of drugs and alcohol d. Definitions of sexual consent 5. Impact on victims a. Rape trauma syndrome 6. Intimate Partner Violence (19.6) a. What is the most common types of intimate partner violence?
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