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Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sources of Sexual OrientationTopic: Understanding Sexual Orientation41. In the context of genes as a potential source of sexual orientation:genes are irrelevant as a possible source or cause of sexual orientation.twin studies show how the combination of genetics and interactive biopsychosocial sources may explain sexual orientation.it is scientifically possible to establish connections between genes and behavioral traits, including sexual orientation.the occurrence of sexual orientation involves one gene which produces the effect of attraction to one gender or the other.timing and maturation of the human body is not necessary for the development of sexual orientation.
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sources of Sexual OrientationTopic: Understanding Sexual Orientation42. When considering prenatal sources of sexual orientation, researchers conclude that:
Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: HardHeading: Sources of Sexual OrientationTopic: Understanding Sexual Orientation43. In the context of prenatal sources of sexual orientation, researchers consider which of the following questions?Is the mother's body is able to produce enough female sex hormones to prevent virilization of a female fetus?Page 11 of 40
Does the mother's first born child have a tendency toward homosexuality?Does the size of the mother's brain match the brain size of most homosexual men?Is the mother's body is able to produce enough male sex hormones to start the process of sexual differentiation in the fetal brain?Is there a correlation between the birth order of siblings and the possibility of being homosexual that runs in the family?Multiple Choice Question Blooms: UnderstandDifficulty: HardHeading: Sources of Sexual OrientationTopic: Understanding Sexual Orientation44. The rapid early learning process by which a newborn establishes a behavior pattern of recognition and attraction to another animal of its own kind or to an object identified as the parent is called:

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