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REF: 71OBJ: 4.2.3MSC: Understanding63. Trust is a key ingredient in what makes a healthy relationship. The three fundamental elements of trustdiscussed in the text are dependability, unpredictability, and faith.
REF: 70OBJ: 4.2.1MSC: Remembering64. Factors that influence our choice of a romantic partner include similarities in attitudes and values,physical attraction, and proximity.
REF: 70OBJ: 4.2.2MSC: Remembering65. When comparing the facial expressions of men versus women during communication, men tend tosmile and nod more often and to maintain better eye contact.
REF: 73OBJ: 4.4.1MSC: Remembering66. When comparing the body language of men versus women during communication, women tend totake up less space and to lean forward when listening.
REF: 73OBJ: 4.4.1MSC: Remembering67. Listening allows us to share feelings, express concerns, communicate wants and needs, and make ourthoughts and opinions known.
REF: 74OBJ: 4.5.1MSC: Applying
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68. Research shows that when verbal and nonverbal communications don't match, we are more likely tobelieve the verbal cues.
REF: 74OBJ: 4.5.2MSC: Remembering69. One possible strategy for conflict resolution is to identify the problem. When doing so, you should use"I" messages, not blaming "you" messages.
REF: 75OBJ: 4.6.1MSC: Remembering70. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of women who have never married exceeds thenumber of men who have never married.
REF: 76OBJ: 4.7.1MSC: Remembering71. Lesbians and gay men seek the same things in committed relationships that heterosexuals do—namely, love, friendship, communication, validation, and stability.
REF: 77OBJ: 4.7.1MSC: Understanding72. The only known function of the clitoris is to provide sexual pleasure.
REF: 82OBJ: 4.10.1MSC: Remembering73. The severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is called dysmenorrhea.
REF: 84OBJ: 4.11.1MSC: Remembering74. The sole function of the vas deferens is to provide sexual pleasure.
REF: 85OBJ: 4.12.1MSC: Remembering75. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for the development of male secondary sex characteristics.
REF: 85OBJ: 4.12.1MSC: Remembering76. Spermatogenesis, the development of sperm, is governed by the prostate gland.
REF: 85OBJ: 4.12.1MSC: Remembering77. HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be transmitted via unprotected oral-genitalsex, just as through intercourse.
REF: 87OBJ: 4.13.2MSC: Understanding78. Anything inserted into the anus (e.g., penises, fingers, tongues, or sex toys) should not then be directlyinserted into the vagina, because bacteria commonly found in the anus can cause vaginal infections.
REF: 87OBJ: 4.13.2MSC: Applying79. Dyspareunia is pain experienced by a woman during intercourse.

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