Understanding Human Sexuality 13th Edition Hyde Test Bank

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Authors: Hyde, DeLamater
Edition: 13th Edition
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Copyright: 2017

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Understanding Human Sexuality 13th Edition Hyde Test Bank

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Sexuality in Perspective

Chapter 2: Theoretical Perspectives on Sexuality

Chapter 3: Sex Research

Chapter 4: Sexual Anatomy

Chapter 5: Sex Hormones, Sexual Differentiation, and the Menstrual Cycle

Chapter 6: Conception, Pregnancy, & Childbirth

Chapter 7: Contraception & Abortion

Chapter 8: Sexual Arousal

Chapter 9: Sexuality and the Life Cycle: Childhood and Adolescence

Chapter 10: Sexuality and the Life Cycle: Adulthood

Chapter 11: Attraction, Love, and Communication

Chapter 12: Gender and Sexuality

Chapter 13: Sexual Orientation: Gay, Straight, or Bi?

Chapter 14: Variations in Sexual Behavior

Chapter 15: Sexual Coercion

Chapter 16: Sex for Sale

Chapter 17: Sexual Disorders and Sex Therapy

Chapter 18: Sexually Transmitted Infections

Chapter 19: Ethics, Religion, and Sexuality

Chapter 20: Sex and the Law

Epilogue: Looking to the Future: Sexuality Education

Chapter 02

Theoretical Perspectives on Sexuality

1. Sociobiology is defined as the application of _____ biology to understanding the social behavior of animals, including humans.

A. sociocultural

B. normative

C. evolutionary

D. quantum

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 23

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APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology2. Which of the following is true of sociobiology?

A. It is based on the assumption that human sexuality is the result of culture alone.

B. It tries to explain why certain patterns of behavior have evolved in humans.

C. It assumes that people are entirely free and responsible for developing their own potential.

D. It creates a framework within which the economic stratification of society can be studied.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 23

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APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology3. _____ is a theory that all living things have acquired their present forms through gradual changes in their genetic endowment over successive generations.

A. Existentialism

B. Positivism

C. Evolution

D. Structuralism

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology4. Evolution occurs via _____, the process by which the animals that are best adapted to their environment are more likely to survive, reproduce, and pass on their genes to the next generation.

A. existentialism

B. cultural relativism

C. communal integration

D. natural selection

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 23

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology5. _____ is a process in nature resulting in greater rates of survival of those plants and animals that are adapted to their environment.

A. Existentialism

B. Natural selection

C. Structural functionalism

D. Environmentalism

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 23

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology6. Sociobiologists suggest that the characteristics used to judge a person’s attractiveness are indicative of the health and vigor of an individual, which in turn are probably related to the person’s _____.

A. social status

B. superego

C. extrinsic values

D. reproductive potential

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 23

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology7. Which of the following is true of the attachment between an infant and a parent?

A. It has no significance in contemporary societies.

B. It is a biological mechanism that reduces infant vulnerability.

C. It applies only to parents belonging to Western cultures.

D. It has no impact upon the infant’s chances of survival.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 24

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology8. Which of the following statements is true of parental investment?

A. It is rarely beneficial to infants raised in Western societies.

B. It damages an infant’s chances of survival in contemporary societies.

C. It refers to the number of offspring that parents can produce each year.

D. It refers to the behavior and resources invested in offspring to ensure their survival.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology9. _____ is a specific type of selection identified by Darwin that creates differences between males and females.

A. Sexual selection

B. Individual selection

C. Survival selection

D. Ecological selection

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology10. Which of the following is a shortcoming of sociobiology?

A. It rests on an outmoded model of evolutionary theory.

B. It includes the survival of the group in its analysis.

C. It fails to value the importance of reproduction in survival.

D. It does not consider the mating preferences of females.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology11. Which of the following does sociobiology ignore?

A. the survival of a group and a species

B. the mating preferences of males

C. an individual’s struggle for survival

D. the mating preferences of females

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology12. Sociobiology has been criticized because

A. it ignores the competition among members of one gender for mating access to members of the other gender.

B. it assumes that reproduction is the central function of sex.

C. it believes that humans are ruled by their unconscious minds.

D. it does not study the mating preferences of females.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology13. According to research analyzing waist-to-hip ratios across a large number of cultures, which of the following is true?

A. The preference for a .70 hip-to-waist ratio by men is hardwired into their brains by evolution.

B. The preference for a .70 hip-to-waist ratio by men has been proven to exist across all cultures.

C. The .70 hip-to-waist ratio is most common in societies where women are economically dependent on men.

D. The .70 hip-to-waist ratio is most common in societies where women are financially independent.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Sociobiology14. _____ is the study of the psychological mechanisms that have been shaped by natural selection.

A. Environmental psychology

B. Structural functionalism

C. Evolutionary psychology

D. Cultural relativism

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Evolutionary Psychology15. Which of the following is true of evolutionary psychology?

A. It does not recognize that every observable human characteristic has adaptive significance.

B. It allows for the fact that some traits displayed by humans may be simply “design flaws.”

C. It believes that human cognitive structures evolved over the years just as human behavior did.

D. It believes that men and women are identical when it comes to their mating preferences.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 25

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Understand

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: Differentiate the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Evolutionary Psychology16. Evolutionary psychology has been criticized because

A. it does not give weight to the fact that emotional structures have evolved like human behavior.

B. it assumes that every characteristic that we observe must have some adaptive significance.

C. it allows for the fact that some traits displayed by humans may be simply “design flaws.”

D. it believes that men and women are identical when it comes to their mating preferences.

Feedback: Evolutionary Perspectives, 26

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 the sociobiology perspective from the evolutionary perspective of human sexuality.

Topic: Evolutionary Psychology17. Psychoanalytic theory was proposed by _____.

A. Sigmund Freud

B. B. F. Skinner

C. Ivan Pavlov

D. Edward Thorndike

Feedback: Psychological Theories, 26

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

APA Learning Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychology

Bloom’s: Remember

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: Compare and contrast the psychological perspectives—psychoanalytic theory, learning theory, social exchange theory, and cognitive theory—relevant to sexuality.

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