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1 – What is Human Sexuality?
1) Which of the following describes human sexuality?a) How men and women reproduce to further the human species b) The ways in which pleasure is derived from genital stimulationc) The methods of communication and expression of sexual feelingsd) The ways in which humans are physically enabled to reproduce sexuallye) The ways in which we experience and express ourselves as sexual beings
Match the person with their scientific research:
2.1) Encyclopedia of sexuality between 1897 and 1910 a) Sigmund Freud2.2) Sadomasochism, bestiality, necrophilia b) Havenlock Ellis2.3) Sex drive is the principle motivating force c) Alfred Kinsey2.4) Large scale sexual studies in 1930s and 1940s d) Richard von Krafft-Ebing3) Which of the following focuses of biological sexual research would be the leastapplicable to patient care?a) Overcoming sexual problems b) Helping infertile couples conceivec) Hormones of sexual responsed) Sexual arousal and responsee) Drugs with sexual side-effects4.1) Gender stereotypes are not inherent in our genetic heritage, but are acquired throughcultural expectations and socialization. Which of the following is NOT a typical malerole stereotype?a) Dependent b) Activec) Strongd) Logicale) Hunter 4.2) Which of the following is NOT true regarding cross-cultural variations?a) Kissing is common in most cultures b) In most cultures, sex is more frequent among young peoplec) Childhood masturbation is encouraged in most culturesd) Monogamy is the most prevalent form of relationship worldwidee) Polygyny is the most common form of worldwide polygamy4.3) Which of the following describes fraternal polyandry?a) Fraternal male twins sharing multiple female partners b) Fraternal female twins sharing multiple male partnersc) A male with two fraternal female partnersd) A female with two fraternal male partnerse) Fraternal male twins sharing fraternal female twins5.1) Who developed the original Psychoanalytical Theory of human sexual behavior?a) Sigmund Freud b) Havenlock Ellisc) Alfred Kinseyd) Richard von Krafft-Ebinge) Watson and Skinner