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29. Within ______ peer groups, gendered patterns of social interaction and emotional expression are reinforced. A. mixed-gendered B. same-gendered C. adolescent D. same-aged Ans: B Cognitive Domain: Knowledge
Answer Location: Brody’s Transactional Model Difficulty Level: Easy 30. Children and adolescents are motivated to adhere to their gender role and follow the display rules. According to Brody, the result is ______ in the short term but decreased ______ in the long term. Cognitive Domain: Comprehension
Answer Location: Brody’s Transactional Model Difficulty Level: Medium True/False 1. According to research, women are more emotional, less aggressive, and suffer more from fear of failure than men do.
Else-Quest and Hyde, The Psychology of Women and Gender 9e SAGE Publishing, 2018 Cognitive Domain: Knowledge Answer Location: Emotionality Difficulty Level: Hard 2. Most emotions are stereotyped as feminine, whereas only a few are stereotyped as masculine or gender neutral.
Cognitive Domain: Knowledge Answer Location: Specific Emotions Difficulty Level: Easy 3. Research shows that when women control their emotion expression, they are perceived as being more emotionally competent and intelligent.
Cognitive Domain: Knowledge Answer Location: Gender and the Politics of Emotion Difficulty Level: Medium 4. The pattern of facial muscles that contract when a person expresses anger, or disgust, or happiness is present from infancy and is universal across cultures.
Answer Location: Measuring Emotion Difficulty Level: Medium 5. Else-Quest (2012) found that boys were more prone than girls to express anger and girls were more emotional than boys.
Answer Location: Specific Emotions Difficulty Level: Hard 6. Despite the stereotype that women are more emotionally intelligent than men are, research shows that men and women have similar levels of emotional competence. Cognitive Domain: Knowledge
Answer Location: Emotional Competence Difficulty Level: Medium 7. As gender stereotypes change, we might expect gender socialization of emotions by parents to change, too.
Cognitive Domain: Comprehension Answer Location: Socialization in the Family Difficulty Level: Easy
Else-Quest and Hyde, The Psychology of Women and Gender 9e SAGE Publishing, 2018 8. When fathers become more involved with their children, patterns of gendered emotions are different in that girls express less fear and sadness and boys express more fear and warmth.
Answer Location: Socialization in the Family Difficulty Level: Medium 9. Parent’s responses to their son’s expressions of negative emotions do not tend to differ across cultures and ethnic groups.

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