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  61. Partners who are so busy that they cannot cope with intimacy or they omit sex from the relationship are called: A. serial monogamist couples. B. dual income, no sex (DINS) couples. C. hooking-up couples. D. living apart together (LAT). E. friends with benefits (FWB). 62. Which of the following is true among dual income,.
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  True/False Questions 1. Pure lust is based solely on physical attraction and fantasy. 2. Standards of beauty and sexiness have remained unchanged over time. 3. The matching hypothesis suggests that people select romantic and sexual partners whose opinions and values match their own. 4. Sexual scripts connect personalities and bodies to.
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  31. Casual sex is also known as _____. A. hooking up B. celibacy C. abstinence D. abstinence until marriage E. saving yourself 32. Which of the following is true of casual sex? A. Casual sex invariably results in falling in love and getting married because of the cultural expectation. B. Casual sex is something only teens or young.
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  21. Acts of sexual violence committed against an unwilling or incapacitated individual are called _____. A. sexual novelty B. sexual exploitation C. sexual coercion D. adultery E. extreme sexual behavior 22. Any sexual act performed with a child by an adult or an older child is called _____. A. sexual novelty B. sexual exploitation C. sexual awareness D. molestation E. sex.
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  91. Mental methods of coping with abuse that result in disengagement from reality, such as denial, self-blame, wishful thinking, and avoidance of real feelings are known as: A. resiliency. B. disengagement coping. C. recovery. D. victim-blame. E. survival sex. 92. The positive capacity of people to cope with stress and adversity is called _____. A. resiliency. B. disengagement.
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  51. Which of the following is a feature of societies or groups which are less rape-prone? A. Gender inequality begins early in social life. B. Intolerance for the use of violence in sexual contexts is observed. C. Aggression and violence rather than gender equality, respect, and peace are promoted. D. Face danger from human.
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  41. May and Frank live together occasionally, while maintaining separate households. They consider their relationship as a domestic partnership. Which of the following rights would they be denied? A. Right to live together B. Right to love C. Right to economic benefits D. Right to sexual intimacy E. Right to emotional commitment 42. Cohabitation creates which.
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  11. A rape-prone society is one in which women’s desires are important and physical sexual coercion is rare. 12. Until recently, females as perpetrators of sex offenses have been extremely hyped in research. 13. Changes or disturbances in eating and sleeping patterns are an example of a common reaction to rape and.
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  41. According to Lee’s styles of love theory, which of the following is primary love style that is based on beauty and sexuality? A. Ludus B. Storge C. Eros D. Pragma E. Agape 42. According to Lee’s styles of love theory, which of the following is primary love style that is based on entertainment and excitement?.
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  31. Due to the serious nature of sexual assault, experts recognize that: A. sexual assault during adolescence poses a greater risk for post-traumatic stress disorder than does victimization during adulthood. B. victimization during adulthood poses a greater risk for post-traumatic stress disorder than does sexual assault during adolescence. C. substance use as a.
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  21. Which of the following refers to the raw form of desire and attraction? A. Arousal B. Hate C. Friendship D. Love E. Lust 22. _____ refers to a positive perception of someone based on physical attractiveness. A. Golem effect B. Halo effect C. McClintock effect D. Doppler effect E. Pygmalion effect 23. The “what is beautiful is good” stereotype is.
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  51. _____ lovers seek compatibility and choose partners who are similar to themselves. A. Eros B. Mania C. Pragma D. Agape E. Helios 52. _____ lovers approach their relationships in a business-like fashion and look for partners with whom they can share common goals. A. Pragma B. Mania C. Eros D. Agape E. Helios 53. Which of the following love.
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  71. Studies about whether men or women experience more sexual satisfaction in marriage reveal that: A. the countries where men have the greatest degree of control over women offer greater sexual satisfaction for men. B. the countries having the greatest power imbalance between men and women in marriage have the lowest levels.
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  21. The years of the early 20s to mid-30s are called _____. A. adulthood B. early adulthood C. young adulthood D. middle age E. midlife 22. Midlife is: A. adulthood beginning in the late 40s. B. adulthood beginning in the mid 60s. C. adulthood beginning immediately after adolescence. D. adulthood beginning during adolescence. E. adulthood beginning 65 and up. 23. Seniors are: A..
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  101. The period of life that starts at about age 85, and is often overlooked in people’s thinking about sexual experience and relationships is called _____. A. adulthood B. early adulthood C. elderhood D. midlife E. adolescence 102. Steve is retired army veteran of age 84. He can be called a(n): A. senior. B. elder. C. person in midlife. D..
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  71. Andrew’s action with the first intern is an example of: A. sexual harassment. B. molestation. C. sex trafficking. D. sexual novelty. E. sex tourism. 72. Andrew’s action with the second intern is an example of: A. transsexualism. B. child pornography. C. exhibitionism. D. sexual novelty. E. sex tourism. 73. Andrew’s action with the third intern is an example of: A. sex trafficking. B..
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  51. The deep desire for each other, and the sexual fulfillment in the relationship between Nina and Mitch points to which characteristic of commitment? A. Sexual well-being B. Attraction C. Serial monogamy D. Moral-normative perception E. External constraints 52. Nina’s act of finding suitable accommodation points to which characteristic of commitment? A. Sexual well-being B. Attraction C. Serial monogamy D..
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  31. _____ refers to one component of the triangular theory of love that consists of the feelings leading one person to remain with another, and in the long term, the shared achievements and plans made with that partner. A. Infatuation B. Intimacy C. Commitment D. Passion E. Attracttion 32. _____ is characterized by pure passion. A. Romantic.
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  101. A society or cultural group in which women’s desires are considered to be unimportant and physical sexual coercion is normative is called _____. 102. Sexual abuse committed against a minor child, including adult acts of sexual assault, molestation, and sexual exploitation is termed as _____. 103. Sexual activity with an individual.
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  101. Sexual characteristics, when constructed into something that guides our actions internally and interpersonally, have been referred to as _____. 102. _____ refers to a theory that individuals develop scripts for sexual roles and behavior that incorporate the sexual rules of their culture. 103. _____ is a theory that suggests that.
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  True/False Questions 1. It is important to the definition of sexual coercion whether an individual is unable to give consent due to age, illness, disability, or under the influence of drugs and alcohol. 2. Molestation is the sexual abuse of adults through the exchange of sex or sexual acts for drugs, food,.
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  41. Annie was sexually assaulted as a 16-year-old. She blames herself for the attack and has not been able to recover from the trauma. Her act of blaming herself is an example of: A. self-immolation. B. victim-playing. C. victim-blame. D. projection. E. Stockholm syndrome. 42. Rafael was 12 years old, when he was sexually molested by.
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  61. Leo and Ann are both adult and cousins. Depending on the culture they live in, if they indulge in sexual activity, it would be considered: A. nepotism. B. incest. C. heterosexism. D. bestiality. E. homophobia. 62. People directly related by blood are known as: A. social kin. B. biological kin. C. family of choice. D. social circle. E..
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  91. The inability to attain or maintain sexual excitement, expressed as a lack of subjective excitement or as a lack of genital lubrication/swelling is known as: A. female sexual desire disorder (FSDD). B. female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD). C. anorgasmia. D. orgasmic disorder. E. hypoactive sexual desire disorder. 92. Lydia has had a fulfilling heterosexual marriage.
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  71. _____ refers to a theory developed by Ainsworth that helps to explain how we bond with caregivers during infancy and childhood. A. Attachment theory B. Similarity-attraction hypothesis C. Matching hypothesis D. Communication privacy management theory E. Theory of homogamy 72. Which of the following attachment styles is associated with a wide variety of positive relationship.
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  11. Due to the high sexual charge and extreme passion, eros relationships tend to burn out quickly because the passion and sexuality cannot be maintained. 12. Good communication requires intentional listening, respect between the partners, and an attempt to understand and respond to needs effectively. 13. Offering encouragement and showing appreciation are.
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