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Exam 1 Study Guide

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Exam 1 Study Guide PSY370

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Holly Houser
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Human Sexual Behavior
Franklin Foote

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Holly Houser on Thursday February 19, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSY370 at University of Miami taught by Franklin Foote in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 182 views. For similar materials see Human Sexual Behavior in Psychlogy at University of Miami.

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Date Created: 02/19/15
PSY 350Human Sexuality First Test Study Guide Because the test will be computer scored you must bring a number 2 pencil and eraser There are 69 four or ve choice multiple choice questions on the rst test and on the other two tests as well Some of these questions will be based on anatomical diagrams Even though most of the material can be found in both the textbook and lecture notes some of the material comes only from the textbook and some comes only from lectures Below is a list of topics that may be on the test Anything not on the list will not be on the test Introduction Sexuality in Perspective 1 De nitions of sex gender sexual behavior a Sex masturbation coitus analoral sex etc i Anything arousing that is likely to create orgasm b Gender female or male 0 Sexual Behavior more general i Doesn t require an orgasm 2 Sexual attitudes and practices of Victorians Puritans Muslims and ancient Greeks a lnasberg off coast of Ireland i Sex is like a bowel movement we have to have them but it s not good ii Get married around 30 but don t have sex before that including masturbation iii Women are thought to hate sex b Mandenia i Viriginity is something you have before puberty ii Virginity doesn t really exist iii Want to have the most sex partners iv Ngiht crawling everyone sleeps in one room amp visit a young girl in the night v Women are thought to love sex here vi Older men teache children how to have sex with girls 0 Norms are totally different but they re still norms 3 What is true about sexual attitudes and behavior across cultures a Almost all societies say incest is bad b Not all societies kiss but most do 0 Also differences within classes in societies 4 Maj or differences and similarities in sexual behavior between species including how they compare to humans What nonhuman species most frequently has sex for fun and emotional bonding a Most things humans do other animals especially mammals do also b Unique i Hormones for mammals aren t for pleasure or emotions ii Most animals will ocassionally have sex just to have sex 0 Bonobos are the most sexual nonhuman species i Only species that clearly has sex just to have sex more than humans do for bonding amp pleasure 5 For what are Anthony Comstock and Margret Sanger famous a Anthony Comstock was shocked that people sent porn through the mail amp convinced states to make it illegal to sell amp talk about contraceptions i Resulted in unwanted pregnancies amp abortions that were deadly b Margret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood i She started importing condoms amp telling people how to not get pregnant 6 What caused and what ended the two American sexual revolutions About when did they occur a First sexual revolution Sigmund Freud got people talking about sex amp Ellis lesser extent i There was an increase in admitting sexual behavior amp there were new technologies bicycles so women had to start wearing shorter skirts ii Women also obtained the right to vote iii STOPPED by the Great Depression b Second sexual revolution Invention of birth control 1960 and the works of masters amp johnson Remember a number 2 pencil and eraser


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