Familial teachings have no effect on teenagers

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4. Familial teachings have no effect on teenagers' attitudes about using condoms and other contraceptives, and pre-marital sex. True False Page 2 of 33
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Biology, Family, and Culture Topic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence 5. For the majority of Americans, the media is the primary source of early lessons about sexuality.
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Medium Heading: Biology, Family, and Culture Topic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence 6. Teaching children about healthy sexuality early in life can be highly detrimental to their mental health.
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Healthy Sexuality and Values in Childhood and Adolescence Topic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence 7. Learning early on how to express positive feelings about sexual love is very important for children.
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Emotional Literacy in Young People Topic: Sexual Development in Childhood and Adolescence 8. There have been no reported observations of sexual responsiveness during infancy. True False
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Hard Heading: Infants as Sensual Beings Topic: Sexuality in Childhood 9. Sexualized behaviors during toddlerhood are mostly autoerotic, or self-stimulated. Page 3 of 33
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Infants as Sensual Beings Topic: Sexuality in Childhood 10. Professionals consider childhood masturbation a natural, common, and harmless behavior.
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Childhood Curiosity, Masturbation, and Sexual Play Topic: Sexuality in Childhood 11. Masturbatory activities carried out by children have been known to cause physical injury to the body.
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Childhood Curiosity, Masturbation, and Sexual Play Topic: Sexuality in Childhood 12. There is no evidence to suggest that child-to-child sex play causes any lasting negative consequences for later sexual development True False
True / False Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Medium Heading: Childhood Curiosity, Masturbation, and Sexual Play Topic: Sexuality in Childhood 13. The major change of puberty is the development of primary sexual characteristics. Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy Heading: The Biological Changes of Adolescence: Pubertal
Development Topic: Sexuality in Adolescence

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