PSYCH 3070: Human Sexuality, study guide 1
PSYCH 3070: Human Sexuality, study guide 1 Psych 3070
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alison Carr on Saturday February 6, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Psych 3070 at Bowling Green State University taught by Patrick Nebl in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 123 views. For similar materials see Human Sexuality in Psychlogy at Bowling Green State University.
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PSYCH 3070: Human Sexuality, Spring Semester 2016 Study Guide 1 1. What did Hinduism and Buddhism embrace? 2. What did the Romans and Greeks embrace? 3. What did the religions of Judaism, Islamic, Christianity, Puritanism, and Victorianism believe in when it comes to sexuality? 4. What came about through the Sexual Revolution? 5. Who were the major researchers in human sexuality and what did they propose about sexuality? th 6. What was the Enlightenment of the 18 century? 7. What were the 4 scientific ideals? 8. Know random sampling. 9. What are the 6 problems with surveys and sampling? 10. Know what is correlation, and that it does not mean causation. 11. What is direct observation? 12. What are case studies? 13. What is evolutionary psychology? 14. Know the 7 parts of the external female genitalia. - Vulva, mons veneris, labia, clitoris, vaginal opening, urethral opening, and breasts 15. Know the 4 parts f the internal female anatomy. - Vagina, uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes 16. Know the 2 parts of the external male genitalia. - Penis and scrotum 17. Know the 5 parts of the internal male anatomy. - Testicles, the duct system, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and the Cowper’s Gland 18. The parts of the endocrine system and the endocrine system functions. 19. Know the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Gonadal Axis and the main function of each. - Hypothalamus- secrete releasing-hormones - Pituitary- base of the brain - Posterior pituitary- holds oxytocin and vasopressin - Anterior pituitary- secretes Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle- Stimulation Hormone (FSH) 20. Know the difference between Inhibin and Activin. 21. Know the 3 parts of the ovaries. - Follicle, corpora lutea, and stroma 22. What are the 4 parts to the ovulatory cycle? 23. What is estrus and do humans have it? 24. Know the 3 hypotheses of concealed ovulation. 25. How do we measure the probability of conception? 26. What are the 3 cues of physiological changes? 27. What is the nucleus accumbens? 28. What is the medial preoptic area of the hypothalamus? 29. What is the EPOR model? And what happens at each stage for men and women? 30. What are the different types of female orgasm? 31. What is the evolved function of an orgasm? 32. What is the sperm retention hypothesis? 33. What is the good genes hypothesis? 34. What is the “Mr. Right” hypothesis? 35. What is the long-term pair bonding hypothesis? 36. Know the difference between bacterial and viral STIs. 37. Know the 3 types of bacterial STIs we talked about in class and the symptoms. 38. Know the viral STIs we talked about in class and their symptoms.
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