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1. The hypothesis that evolution has shaped himan social behaviours, including sexual behaviours, is referred to as: a. Social-cognitive theory b. Sociobiology
FRHD*2100 Textbook Notes c. Tranditional Sexual Script d. Social exchange theory 2. A controversial Freudian belief is that:
3. According to BLANK theory, children aquire the gender roles deemed appropriate in a society through reinforcement and observational learning
4. According to queer theory 5. Researchers use BLANK that are often based on theory to predict behaviour
a. Hypotheses b. Operational definitions c. Research questions d. Research methods
6. A representative Sample
7. A random sample:
8. Masters and Johnson’s research on sexual response is an example of:
9. Correlational studies provide information about: a. Whether a change in one var causes a change in another b. Statistical relationships between two vars
FRHD*2100 Textbook Notes c. The margin of error due to a var d. The degree of bias in a sample 10. A basic ethical requirement for all research on human sexuality is the provision of:
Chapter 3: Female and Male Anatomy and Physiology Female Anatomy and Physiology Only women possess a sex organ (the clitoris) that is solely devoted to pleasure In the past, girls were taught to regard their genitals with a sense of shame Attitudes have become more positive in recent decades but even today girls may be reprimanded for expressing curiosity about their own anatomy o This is unfortunate because knowledge of one’s own sexual anatomy contributes to sexual health and pleasure The External Female Sex Organs Vulva: collectively, the external sexual structures of the female o Mons veneris Consists of fatty tissue that covers the pubic bone At puberty becomes covered with pubic hair, which is often

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