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Human Sexuality Diversity in Contemporary America 9th Edition by William Yarber – Test Bank

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Human Sexuality Diversity in Contemporary America 9th Edition by William Yarber – Test Bank

MULTIPLE CHOICE

  1. Which of the following is NOT a developmental concern of early adulthood?
    1. establishing sexual orientation
    2. integrating love and sex
    3. planning marriage timetables
    4. making fertility/childbearing decisions

Answer: C

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 186

Topic: Developmental Concerns
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Which of the following is a developmental concern of early adulthood?
    1. making moral decisions based on authority
    2. practicing recreational sex at all times
    3. treating love and sex as different entities
    4. forging intimacy and making commitments

Answer: D

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 186

Topic: Developmental Concerns
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Which of the following is NOT a developmental task of early adulthood?
    1. expanding the range of sexual experiences
    2. making fertility decisions
    3. practicing safer sex
    4. evolving a sexual philosophy

Answer: A

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 186

Topic: Developmental Concerns
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Which of the following is NOT a behavior of sexually healthy adults?
    1. enjoying sexual feelings without always acting on them
    2. appreciating one’s own body
    3. identifying and living according to one’s own values
    4. recognizing that human development primarily includes sexual experience

Answer: D

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 187

Topic: Early Adulthood
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Which of the following is a behavior of sexually healthy adults?
    1. Enjoy sexual feelings by always acting on them
    2. Express love and intimacy in appropriate ways
    3. Seek prenatal care only if deemed extremely necessary
    4. Respect only those sexual orientations that one approves of.

Answer: B

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 187

Topic: Early Adulthood
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. When someone moves from adolescence to adulthood, they reevaluate their moral standards and move from moral decision making based on authority to standards based on their personal principles. This is an example of
    1. an evolving sexual philosophy.
    2. pre-conventional morality.
    3. the development of a personal sexual code.
    4. the development of societal adherence.

Answer: A

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 188

Topic: Developmental Concerns
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Which theory proposed a dichotomous model of sexual orientation?
    1. Kinsey’s theory
    2. Storms’ theory
    3. Psychoanalytic theory
    4. Cognitive-behavioral theory

Answer: C

Bloom’s Level: Remember

Difficulty: Low

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 189

Topic: Models of Sexual Orientation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Kinsey suggested that sexual orientation was best viewed as
    1. a dichotomy—heterosexuality and homosexuality.
    2. a continuum from exclusively heterosexual to exclusively homosexual.
    3. a cognitive structure, which develops when we are reinforced or punished.
    4. a two-dimensional concept—asexuality and heterosexuality.

Answer: B

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 189

Topic: Models of Sexual Orientation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. One reason that Kinsey’s research on sexual orientation is important is because
    1. he was able to prove that every individual is bisexual.
    2. it challenged the dichotomized model of sexual orientation.
    3. it was the first study to find that homosexual subjects were just as well adjusted as heterosexual participants.
    4. he did a large-scale observational study that showed that homosexuality indicated a person’s sexual orientation.

Answer: B

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 189

Topic: Models of Sexual Orientation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

  1. Mathew’s colleagues used to tease him for his same-sex attraction. However Tyler, Mathew’s friend, got them to stop by making them understand the commonality and wide acceptance of homosexuality. He also told them that Mathew’s preferences are likely to change over the years and hence they must not stamp him as a gay personalty. Which of the following sexual orientation models is Tyler referring to here?
    1. dichotomy model
    2. two dimensional model
    3. unidimensional model
    4. relativity model

Answer: C
Bloom’s Level: Apply
Difficulty: High
Feedback: Sexuality in Early Adulthood, 189
Topic: Models of Sexual Orientation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.3 Describe applications of psychology
Learning Objective: Analyze non-marital sexuality, including its increasing acceptance and the factors leading to non-marital sexual involvement.

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