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UNDERSTANDING HUMAN SEXUALITY 13Th Edition By Janet Hyde – Test Bank – Copy

Chapter 07
Contraception and Abortion

1. Which of the following is a hormonal method of contraception?
A. the rhythm method
B. the spermicidal cream method
C. the vaginal ring method
D. the withdrawal method

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Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Contraception 2. Which of the following is true of combination birth control pills?
A. They are topically-applied contraceptives.
B. They lower a woman’s level of estrogen.
C. They raise a woman’s level of progesterone.
D. They cause irreversible infertility.

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Bloom’s: Understand
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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

3. The birth control pill works mainly by
A. preventing sperm from dissolving the zona pellucida.
B. killing sperm before they enter the fallopian tubes.
C. raising estrogen levels so that the woman does not ovulate.
D. lowering progesterone levels and thinning cervical mucus.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 4. Which of the following happens when a woman starts taking birth control pills?
A. Her estrogen levels and progesterone levels are lowered.
B. Her pituitary gland stimulates the production of follicle-stimulating hormone (FHS), which stimulates the process of ovulation.
C. Her pituitary gland stimulates the production of luteinizing hormone (LH), which stimulates the process of ovulation.
D. Her uterine lining is changed in such a way that even if a fertilized egg were to arrive, implantation would be unlikely.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 5. When the estrogen and progestin are withdrawn after day 21 in the traditional pill
A. the sperm motility decreases.
B. the menstrual flow increases.
C. the cervical mucus tends to thicken.
D. the lining of the uterus disintegrates.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 6. A group of 100 women use a particular contraceptive pill for one year. Over the course of the year, 10 of those women become pregnant. What is the failure rate of the contraceptive pill?
A. 20 percent
B. 5 percent
C. 90 percent
D. 10 percent

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Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty: Hard
Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 7. A contraceptive method is said to be only 83 percent effective. Thus, its pregnancy rate is
A. 3 percent.
B. 7 percent.
C. 83 percent.
D. 17 percent.

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Bloom’s: Apply
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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 8. A group of 100 women use a contraceptive method for one year. Over the course of that year, 6 of those women become pregnant. What is the effectiveness of this method of contraception?
A. 80 percent
B. 6 percent
C. 94 percent
D. 100 percent

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Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty: Hard
Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 9. Which of the following has research found to be true of birth control pills?
A. They have no side effects when taken on a regular basis.
B. They put women at a greater risk of developing ovarian cancer.
C. They pose no health risks to women who have breast cancer.
D. They can lead to the development of venous thrombosis.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 10. Which of the following is true regarding the side effects of birth control pills?
A. Birth control pills have a therapeutic effect on already existing breast cancer.
B. Using birth control pills increases the risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer.
C. Blood clots are more likely to occur in women over 35 who smoke.
D. The pill reduces a woman’s susceptibility to vaginitis and chlamydia.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 11. Which of the following does research indicate as a benefit of birth control pills?
A. They protect women from developing benign liver tumors.
B. They protect women from developing endometrial cancer.
C. They put women at a lower risk of developing thrombosis.
D. They put women at a lower risk of developing heart problems.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 12. Women who are in certain at-risk groups should not use birth control pills. One of these groups includes women who
A. are not pregnant or nursing.
B. have good blood circulation.
C. have breast cancer.
D. have no known blood-clotting problems.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 13. Women who use birth control pills are at a greater risk of
A. becoming irreversibly infertile, if they have used them on a regular basis.
B. developing benign liver tumors, if they have taken them for more than five years.
C. developing ovarian cancer, if they are over 35. D. having a heart attack, if they are under 35 and do not smoke.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 14. Women on the pill have an increased susceptibility to
A. ovarian cancer.
B. endometrial cancer.
C. microcephaly.
D. chlamydia.

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Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 15. Which of the following is true of the progesterone contained in birth control pills?
A. It typically leads to total and irreversible infertility in majority of women on the pill.
B. It causes increased depression in about 20 percent of women on the pill.
C. It stimulates the process of ovulation in all women on the pill.
D. It stimulates the production of luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FHS).

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 16. Birth control pills
A. can be taken safely by women who have breast cancer.
B. protect women from developing benign liver tumors.
C. put women at greater risk of developing ovarian cancer.
D. are dangerous for women with poor blood circulation.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill 17. Which of the following is true of the safety of birth control pills?
A. The death rate of birth control pills is lower than that of pregnancy and delivery.
B. Women who are on the pill are at a greater risk of developing endometrial cancer.
C. They can be used by women with coronary artery disease, without any side effects.
D. Women who have been on the pill for over five years are protected from benign liver tumors.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

18. _____ was one of the early crusaders for birth control during the early 1900s in the United States.
A. Anthony Comstock
B. James Curley
C. John S. Sumner
D. Margaret Sanger

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Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Contraception

19. Margaret Sanger devoted much of her life to bringing contraceptive information to women. In doing so, she violated the _____, which classified information on contraceptives as obscene and criminalized the usage of postal services to disseminate related knowledge.
A. Confederation Act
B. Comstock Act of 1873
C. Miranda Act
D. Prohibition Act of 1920

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Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Contraception

20. In what way are birth control pills more advantageous than condoms, diaphragms, and spermicides?
A. Unlike spermicides, birth control pills do not react with other drugs women might take.
B. Unlike condoms, birth control pills do not interfere with pleasure during sexual intercourse.
C. Unlike diaphragms, birth control pills protect women from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
D. Unlike condoms, birth control pills are simple to understand and easy to use.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

21. Which of the following is an advantage of being on the pill?
A. It decreases women’s susceptibility to vaginismus, chlamydia, and vaginitis.
B. It reduces women’s menstrual flow and the incidence of menstrual cramps.
C. It has a therapeutic effect on women who suffer from some form of cancer.
D. It can be taken safely by women who are over 35 years and who smoke.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

22. A major disadvantage of birth control pills is that
A. it places the entire burden of contraception on the woman.
B. it increases the menstrual flow for women who take them.
C. it makes women more prone to developing endometrial cancer.
D. it causes irreversible infertility in women who take them regularly.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

23. The birth control pill has been criticized because
A. it represents contraceptive overkill for a woman who has intercourse infrequently.
B. it increases the incidence of menstrual cramps in women who take them.
C. its death rate is distinctly higher than that of pregnancy and delivery.
D. it is a short-term solution and is ineffective if used for more than five years.

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Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

24. Which of the following is a shortcoming of birth control pills?
A. It is a short-term solution and is ineffective if used for more than five years.
B. It is completely not effective in women who have intercourse frequently.
C. It provides women with no protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
D. It causes irreversible infertility in women who take them regularly.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Combination Birth Control Pill

25. Which of the following is true of progestin-only pills?
A. They have a typical-user failure rate that is distinctly lower than that of combination pills.
B. They reduce the production of breast milk and therefore cannot be used by nursing women.
C. They were developed to combat the side effects caused by estrogen in combination pills.
D. They are a poorer alternative to combination pills for women with high blood pressure.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Other Birth Control Pills

26. Which of the following is an advantage of progestin-only pills?
A. They can be taken by women in the first six weeks after birth when breast-feeding.
B. They have a typical-user failure rate that is distinctly lower than that of combination pills.
C. They regularize the menstrual cycles of women who take them regularly.
D. They are a safer alternative to combination pills for women over 35 who smoke.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Other Birth Control Pills

27. A friend of yours wants to know about the patch as a method of contraception. Based on what you have learned from the text, you would tell her that the patch
A. is most effective in women weighing over 200 pounds.
B. has to be changed on a daily basis.
C. can be used with immediate effect.
D. administers hormones transdermally.

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Topic: Birth Control Patch

28. Which of the following is true of the triphasic pills?
A. They comprise equal amounts of progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen.
B. They try to reduce total hormone exposure.
C. They are intended to increase women’s exposure to hormones threefold.
D. They contain three times the level of estrogens than that of combination pills.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Other Birth Control Pills

29. How does the vaginal ring work?
A. It kills sperm as they swim up the fallopian tubes.
B. It stops sperm from secreting hyaluronidase.
C. It contains hormones that inhibit ovulation.
D. It prevents men from ejaculating.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Contraception

30. Which of the following is an advantage of Depo-Provera (DMPA) injections?
A. It prevents amenorrhea.
B. It stimulates ovulation.
C. It stimulates the growth of the endometrium.
D. It can relieve anemia due to heavy menstrual periods.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Depo-Provera Injections

31. Which of the following is true of the contraceptive, ella?
A. It is a type of pill for emergency contraception.
B. Its action is primarily to cause abortion.
C. It stimulates the growth of the endometrium.
D. It contains only progestin.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Emergency Contraception

32. Which of the following is true of Plan B?
A. Its action is almost always to prevent pregnancy, not to cause abortion.
B. It protects women from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
C. It is yet to be approved by the FDA because of its high failure rate.
D. It is most effective when taken 5 days after intercourse.

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Learning Objective: Identify and describe hormonal methods, including their effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Emergency Contraception

33. Which of the following is true of contraceptive implants?
A. They are thin rods or tubes containing testosterone.
B. They are effective for 3 years after implantation.
C. They stimulate the growth of the endometrium.
D. Their effect is irreversible in women under 50.
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Learning Objective: Identify other types of contraception.
Topic: Contraception

34. How do contraceptive implants work?
A. They cause the thinning of the cervical mucus.
B. They stimulate ovulation.
C. They inhibit the growth of the endometrium.
D. They permanently block the fallopian tubes.

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Topic: Contraception

35. Which of the following is an advantage of using contraceptive implants?
A. It prevents the occurrence of amenorrhea in women.
B. It is ideal for women who have adverse reactions to progestin-only pills.
C. It does not alter the menstrual bleeding patterns in women.
D. It requires no reliance on memory for 3 years.

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Topic: Contraception

36. Which of the following is a disadvantage of using contraceptive implants?
A. It may cause amenorrhea in women.
B. It has an extremely high failure rate.
C. It is unsuitable for women who wish to avoid estrogen-related side effects.
D. It is unsuitable for women who wish to conceive later in life.

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Topic: Contraception

37. Which of the following is an advantage of Depo-Provera (DMPA) injections?
A. It does not affect the endometrium of the woman in any way.
B. It needs to be taken just once in a lifetime as its effect is permanent.
C. It is ideal for women who cannot take the pill because of blood pressure problems.
D. It protects women from contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

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Topic: Depo-Provera Injections

38. Which of the following is true of Depo-Provera (DMPA) injections?
A. It is a topically-applied contraceptive gel.
B. It protects women from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
C. It is not ideal for women with blood pressure problems.
D. It can be used to treat endometriosis.

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Topic: Depo-Provera Injections

39. In what way do the intrauterine device (IUD) and Mirena LNG-IUC resemble each other?
A. They are both T-shaped.
B. They both contain high levels of progesterone.
C. They are both irreversible.
D. They both prevent women from using tampons.

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Learning Objective: Describe the IUD, including its effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility.
Topic: IUDs

40. The intrauterine device (IUD) prevents pregnancy by
A. killing sperm as they enter the fallopian tubes.
B. preventing sperm from entering the vagina.
C. creating a uterine environment toxic to sperm and eggs.
D. disabling the cilia that facilitate the passage of the eggs.

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Topic: IUDs

41. Which of the following is true of the intrauterine device (IUD), Mirena?
A. It increases the menstrual flow in most women.
B. It is effective for a period of 10 to 12 years.
C. It cannot be used safely by a woman after having a baby.
D. It releases progesterone directly into the uterus.

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Topic: IUDs

42. Which of the following is true of the intrauterine device (IUD), the copper T?
A. It reduces the incidence of menstrual cramps in women.
B. It alters the functioning of the enzymes involved in implantation.
C. It has a higher failure rate than birth control pills.
D. It cannot be used safely during menstruation.

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Topic: IUDs

43. Skyla, the intrauterine device (IUD), remains effective for _____ years.
A. 6
B. 12
C. 3
D. 9

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Topic: IUDs

44. In what way does the copper T differ from Mirena?
A. Unlike the copper T, Mirena is U-shaped.
B. Unlike Mirena, the copper T contains progesterone.
C. Unlike the copper T, Mirena reduces the menstrual flow of most women.
D. Unlike Mirena, the copper T prevents women from using tampons.

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Topic: IUDs

45. In what way are intrauterine devices (IUDs) advantageous?
A. They can be used safely by women while breast-feeding.
B. They protect women from contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
C. They last indefinitely.
D. They have no side effects.

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Topic: IUDs

46. Which of the following is true of the intrauterine device (IUD)?
A. It needs to be changed every time a woman has sexual intercourse.
B. It has a failure rate that is much higher than that of the pill.
C. It does not interfere with the use of a tampon during menstruation.
D. It is not safe to use while breast-feeding.

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Topic: IUDs

47. A(n) _____ is a cap-shaped rubber contraceptive device that fits inside a woman’s vagina over the cervix.
A. vaginal ring
B. intrauterine device (IUD)
C. diaphragm
D. sponge

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Topic: Diaphragm

48. Which of the following is a disadvantage of the diaphragm?
A. It has serious side effects when compared to the pill.
B. It heightens the risk of toxic shock syndrome, if used improperly.
C. It can lead to permanent infertility in women, if used regularly.
D. It raises a woman’s susceptibility to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

49. Which of the following is an advantage of the diaphragm?
A. It eliminates the need for spermicidal cream or jelly.
B. It prevents toxic shock syndrome in women unlike the other methods of contraception.
C. It is permanent and needs to be inserted just once in a woman’s lifetime.
D. It protects women from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

50. The diaphragm works by
A. releasing progestin, thereby inhibiting the process of ovulation.
B. blocking the entrance to the uterus so that sperm cannot swim up into it.
C. preventing men from ejaculating.
D. preventing the egg from entering the fallopian tube in a woman.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 164
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

51. Jennifer was surprised to find out that she was pregnant since she always used a diaphragm during intercourse. Based on the text, we can assume that the most likely reason why the diaphragm failed was because Jennifer
A. used it in combination with birth control pills.
B. removed it immediately after intercourse.
C. used it in combination with a contraceptive cream or jelly.
D. left it in place for more than 24 hours.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 164
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychology
Bloom’s: Apply
Difficulty: Hard
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

52. Which of the following is true of the diaphragm?
A. A woman must be refitted after childbirth due to changes in the size and shape of her vagina.
B. Coating the diaphragm with spermicidal foam reduces its effectiveness.
C. The diaphragm has a lower failure rate than that of intrauterine devices (IUDs).
D. The diaphragm can be left in place for more than 24 hours with no adverse effects during menstruation.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 164–165
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

53. Which of the following is true of the contraceptive sponge?
A. It is effective only for an hour after intercourse.
B. It can be left in place safely for over 24 hours.
C. It has a lower failure rate than any other method of contraception.
D. It contains spermicide and is inserted into the vagina like a diaphragm.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Sponge

54. Which of the following is true of FemCap?
A. It is made of polyurethane.
B. It works like the other progestin-only methods.
C. It eliminates the use of spermicides and microbicides.
D. It is made of silicone.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: FemCap

55. FemCap, the sponge, and the diaphragm are all
A. hormonal methods of birth control.
B. intrauterine devices (IUDs).
C. vaginal barrier devices.
D. oral contraceptives.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

Topic: FemCap

Topic: Sponge

56. Which of the following is true of the diaphragm and the sponge?
A. They cannot be used in conjunction with oral contraceptives.
B. They inhibit the process of ovulation by releasing progesterone.
C. They can lead to toxic shock syndrome if not removed on time.
D. They are ineffective if used in conjunction with spermicidal foam.

Feedback: Diaphragms, FemCap, and the Sponge, 166
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: Differentiate diaphragms, FemCap, and the sponge.
Topic: Diaphragm

Topic: Sponge

57. A(n) _____ is a contraceptive sheath that is placed over the penis.
A. FemCap
B. intrauterine device (IUD)
C. condom
D. diaphragm

Feedback: Condoms, 161
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Bloom’s: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: Explain the use of male and female condoms, including effectiveness, side effects, advantages/disadvantages, and reversibility of each.
Topic: Male Condom

58. The male condom works by
A. preventing ejaculation.
B. preventing the semen from entering the vagina.
C. inhibiting ovulation.
D. inhibiting the production of sperm.

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