Pubertal events are identical for both boys and girls

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14. Pubertal events are identical for both boys and girls.TrueFalse
True / False Question 15. During puberty, an adolescent girl will notice her body contours changing, as her hips widen to facilitate easier childbirth in the future.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: The Biological Changes of Adolescence: Pubertal DevelopmentTopic: Sexuality in Adolescence
True / False Question 16. The process of forming a sexual identity and coming to understand individual desires, needs, and hopes for sexual fulfillment begins in adolescence.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Puberty for girlsTopic: Sexuality in Adolescence
True / False Question 17. Sexual identity development can be a daunting task for adolescents grappling with same-sex attractions, particularly if they think that these attractions are not normal.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual IdentityTopic: Sexuality in Adolescence
True / False Question 18. The process is sexual identity formation is the same for men and women who are a sexual minority.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: MediumHeading: Sexual IdentityTopic: Sexuality in AdolescenceTrueFalse
True / False Question Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual IdentityTopic: Sexuality in AdolescencePage 4 of 33
19. Adolescentattitudes about romantic relationships and sexual behaviors reflect the messages they have received from those closest to them as well as from the larger social context.
True / False Question 20. If parents do not talk about sex, their silence teaches their children that talking about sex is taboo.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Behaviors in AdolescenceTopic: Sexuality in Adolescence
True / False Question 21. Abstinence only programs have been shown to be very effective in providing the appropriate sexual information to adolescents.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: FamiliesTopic: Sexuality in Context: The Role of Institutions
True / False Question 22. _____ refers to a period of rapid bodily and sexual maturation that occurs mainly in early adolescence.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexuality Education in SchoolsTopic: Sexuality in Context: The Role of InstitutionsNeotonyPubertyInfancyAdulthoodMenopause
Multiple Choice Question 23. Despite growing up in a household with an abusive parent, Lauren was able to develop healthy relationships with adults and maintain an above average GPA in high school. This process that allows Lauren to grow and thrive in a difficult home environment is known as _____.Blooms: RememberDifficulty: EasyHeading: Sexual Development in Childhood and AdolescenceTopic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence
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Sexual chauvinismResilienceSalutogenesisMultiple Choice Question Blooms: ApplyDifficulty: HardHeading: Sexual Development in Childhood and AdolescenceTopic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence

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