Test Answers on human development

Human Sexuality Part 4

One of the primary difficulties in obtaining accurate statistics on the number of rapes and rape survivors in the United States is ________. the reluctance of many people to report being assaulted In the United States, the age of consent ranges from ________ to ________. 14:18 A woman may be reluctant to report having been […]

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Essay Summary of Human Growth & Development Ch1

which type of development would be most involved in the growth of body and brain, sensory capacities, motor skills, and health? physical development Studies on the \”wild boy of aveyron\”hoped to investigate and find -are the qualities, behaviors, and ideas that define each human acquired, inborn, or both -is social contact important to child development […]

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Human Sexuality Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Sex education classes in most secondary schools in the US do not cover the topic of Sexual techniques The authors of your text define human sexuality as the way we experience and express ourselves as sexual beings for many researchers today, the term refers to antatomic or biological categories, wheras refers to the social or […]

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Human Development Chapter 5

An example of a fine motor skill is: drawing The prefrontal cortex is involved in: planning, reasoning, and anticipating. Which of the following is part of the limbic system? hippocampus Janet believes that her brother Rubin would turn into a girl if he were to put on a dress. In this way, she is demonstrating: […]

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life-span Human Development Ch 11-14

osteoporosis bone becomes porous and easy to break osteoarthritis deterioration of the bones under the cartilage rheumatoid arthritis destructive disease of the joints causing pain climacteric middle-aged women passing from reproductive years into menopause menopause menustration becomes irregular and eventually stops hormone replacement therapy women take lows doses of estrogen stress and coping paradigm the […]

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Human Sexuality Chapter 1-8

A strength of the case study approach in sex research is that case studies Provide an in-depth look at individual circumstances According to Richard von Krafft-Ebing, the cause of all sexual deviation is Masturbation Alfred Kinsey contributed greatly to our understanding of sexual behavior by interviewing thousands of Americans about their sexual behavior and attitudes […]

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Chapter 8 – Human Development

Development The pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs throughout the course of life. Developmental psychology studies patterns of physical, cognitive, and social growth Cross-sectional design a number of people are assessed at one point in time a problem with cross-sectional studies is cohert effects. Cohort effects are differences between individuals that […]

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Human Development Chapter 19

What does Erikson’s last stage of Integrity vs. Despair involve? Involves reflecting on the past & either piecing together a positive review or concluding that one’s life has not been well spent life review Looking back at one’s life experiences, evaluating them, & interpreting/ reinterpreting them What is Socioemotional Selectivity Theory? Older adults become more […]

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Human Growth and Development Ch. 10

Emotional Regulation the ability to control when and how emotions are expressed preeminent psychosocial task between ages 2 and 6 such regulation is virtually impossible in infancy requires practice, maturation, and work (effortful control) Effortful Control the ability to regulate one’s emotions and actions through effort, not simply through inclination Initiative versus Guilt Erickson’s third […]

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Human Growth & Development Chapter 8

Anal and phallic Freud’s view of children’s development during the preschool years focuses on which two stages? Autonomy versus shame and doubt; initiative versus guilt The preschool years, from age two to age six, include which two of Erikson’s stages of development? Families must balance their children’s emerging skills and desire for autonomy with their […]

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Essay about Human Sexuality

Joan Roughgarden … Sexual reproduction producing offspring by mixing gametes by two different parents, reproduction involving the union or fusion of a male and a female gamete Asexual reproduction process by which a single parent reproduces by itself, like cloning Male gamete small gamete called \”sperm\” Female gamete large gamete called \”egg\” social-inclusionary trait any […]

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Human Development Chapter 1

human development the multidisciplinary study of how people change and how they remain the same over time nature-nurture issue the degree to which genetic or hereditary influences (nature) and experiential or environmental influences (nurture) determine the kind of person you are continuity-discontinuity issue whether a particular developmental phenomenon represents a smooth progression throughtout the lifespan […]

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HLTH 342 Human sexuality 3

Infant capacity for sexual response male fetuses have erections many boys are born with them or have erections the first few weeks vaginal lubrication and genital swelling occur too both are reflexes Pelvic thrusting observed in infants 8-10 months forms of affection, excitement or both infancy: orgasm sexual responses that resemble orgasm are seen at […]

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Chapter 16 Human Sexuality

STI – Sexually Transmitted Infection Infections that can be communicated through sexual contact. HPV – Human Papilloma Virus The organism that causes genital warts. It is estimated to be in at least 20% of Americans over the age of 12 and in more than 50% of some populations of college women. Also linked to cervical […]

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human development exam 1 hunter college

development the pattern of change that begins at conception and continues through the life span traditional approach emphasis on change from birth to adolescence life expectancy average number of years a person is expected to live when born in a particular year life span maximum years a human can live life expectancy has increased but […]

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Human Sexuality Chapter 10

The most commonly reported variant or paraphilic behavior found in a survey of college students was frotteurism. threesomes. voyeurism. talking \”dirty.\” talking \”dirty.\” Which of the following statements about voyeurism is FALSE? Fear of being discovered discourages many voyeurs from acting out their fantasies. Lack of consent on the part of the observed person is […]

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Human Sexuality Final Review

In a recent study of undergraduate women, which men were found most attractive and desirable for long-term relationships? moderately muscular men Coitus is another name for vaginal intercourse Which of the following is a universal characteristic of sexual attractiveness? good health A disadvantage of the missionary position is that it limits the woman’s control of […]

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Human Sexuality Final Exam

After viewing pornography, heterosexual men and women are more likely to be critical of the woman’s body in general. The ____ Amendment of the United States Constitution refers to freedom of speech. First Farley found that the typical sex worker turned to prostitution because of a dire need for resources to survive. According to your […]

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Human Development Final Exam Review

What is the term for the positive emotional bond that develops between a child and a particular individual? Select one: a. reliance b. attachment c. parent d. care giver b. attachment The ____________ demonstrates the limits to a three-year-old child’s theory of mind. Select one: a. false belief task b. social referencing c. learning theory […]

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Practice Exam 6-Human Sexuality

The statistical approach to defining \”normality\” is based on the frequency of behavior that A) the majority engages in. B) is valued within a particular culture. C) co-occurs with a mental illness. D) is sadistic. A) the majority engages in Strictly translated, \”paraphilia\” means A) love of parents. B) brotherly love. C) abnormal love. D) […]

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Human Growth and Development CLEP study guide

Nature position Development is more influenced by the genetic endowment of our biological parents. Development is an \”unfolding process guided by pre-programmed, genetic info.\” Nurture position Development is more influenced by the experiences we have. tabula rasa \”blank slate\” referring to the human mind in the nurture perspective of the nature vs. nurture debate. Experience […]

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