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

Chapter 6  

MULTIPLE CHOICE

  1. Ernest Borneman suggested that the first phase of sexual development be called the
    1. anal phase. 
    2. phallic phase. 
    3. cutaneous phase. 
    4. latency phase. 

Answer: C

Bloom’s Level: Remember 

Difficulty: Low 

Feedback:  Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 156
Topic: Infancy
APA Learning Outcome: 1.1 Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology
Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

  1. Why does Ernest Borneman suggest that infants are in the “cutaneous phase” of sexual development? 
    1. He believed that psychosexual development starts by age three in children. 
    2. He notes the obvious pleasure infants get from tactile stimulation of any kind. 
    3. He believes that too much touching and caressing can sexually arouse an infant. 
    4. He observes that infants get pleasure from touching their genital area. 

Answer: B

Bloom’s Level: Understand 

Difficulty: Medium 

Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 156 

Topic: Infancy
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

  1. Humans’ earliest lessons come from
    1. emotional bonding with a parent during the first two years of life. 
    2. interpretation of others’ body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. 
    3. masturbation in infancy. 
    4. rewards and punishment. 

Answer: B

Bloom’s Level: Understand

Difficulty: Medium 

Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 157 

Topic: Infancy
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

  1. According to Ernest Borneman, the single erogenous zone during the first phase of psychosexual development is the
    1. mouth. 
    2. anus. 
    3. genitalia. 
    4. skin. 

Answer: D

Bloom’s Level: Remember

Difficulty: Low 

Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 156 

Topic: Infancy
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

  1. At what age do boys begin having erections?
    1. shortly after birth
    2. two years after birth
    3. post-puberty 
    4. in the womb

Answer: D

Bloom’s Level: Remember

Difficulty: Low 

Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 157 

Topic: Infancy
APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

  1. Girls are capable of vaginal lubrication and genital swelling
    1. shortly after birth.
        1. three years after birth.
        2. post-puberty.
        3. in the womb.

      Answer: A

      Bloom’s Level: Remember

      Difficulty: Low 

      Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 157 

      Topic: Infancy
      APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
      Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality. 

      1. When do psychosexual maturity and the ability to love begin? 
        1. At conception, with the division of the fertilized egg
        2. At birth, with inspection of the infant’s external genitals
        3. In infancy, with loving touch and handling
        4. During puberty, with growing interest in sexual expression

      Answer: C

      Bloom’s Level: Understand

      Difficulty: Medium 

      Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 156–157

      Topic: Infancy
      APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
      Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, including sexual curiosity, sex play, and masturbation, and the role of the family in teaching children about sexuality.

      1. Children who engage in sex play
        1. usually, do it with children of their own sex.
        2. are more likely to have an unintended pregnancy in the future.
        3. are typically working through feelings of discomfort with their body.
        4. should be seen by a therapist, as this is a cause for concern.

      Answer: A

      Bloom’s Level: Remember

      Difficulty: Low 

      Feedback: Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11), 158 

      Topic: Curiosity and Sex Play
      APA Learning Outcome: 1.2 Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domains
      Learning Objective: Discuss psychosexual development in infancy and childhood, i

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