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Date Created: 07/13/16
Quiz  16     •   Question 1 1 out of 1 points A problem for the socialization theory is that Selected Answer: children may evoke sex differences in the way they are treated. Answers: research suggests that fathers prefer to spend time with daughters. children may evoke sex differences in the way they are treated. there is no cross-cultural evidence for the differential treatment of boys and girls. boys and girls behave differently even if they been intentionally socialized in a similar manner. •   Question 2 1 out of 1 points Men and women show the least differences on the personality trait of _____ of the five -factor model of personality. Selected Answer: openness. Answers: extraversion. emotional stability. agreeableness. openness. •   Question 3 1 out of 1 points Beliefs about the ways men and women differ, in contrast to actual differences, are called Selected Answer: gender stereotypes. Answers: sex differences. gender differences. adaptive problems. gender stereotypes. •   Question 4 1 out of 1 points One of the largest differences in sexuality between men and women is found in their interest in Selected Answer: casual sex. Answers: sex. casual sex. specific sex acts. safe sex. •   Question 5 1 out of 1 points Approximately _____ percent of adult women and _____ percent of adult men will have at least one episode of depression during their lives. Selected Answer: 25; 10. Answers: 15; 5. 30; 20. 25; 10. 20; 20. •   Question 6 1 out of 1 points Research on gender stereotypes Selected Answer: consistently finds that men are seen as more instrumental. Answers: consistently finds that men are seen as more instrumental. consistently finds that men are seen as less instrumental. consistently finds that men and women are seen as equally instrumental. finds that they differ too much across cultures to make generalizations. •   Question 7 1 out of 1 points An effect size of .51 would be considered _____ between two groups. Selected Answer: moderate. Answers: small. moderate. large. no difference. •   Question 8 1 out of 1 points Two-dimensional measures of gender have been criticized because Selected Answer: recent research suggests that masculinity-femininity is a single dimension. Answers: it is impossible to establish validity for two dimensions of personality simultaneously. recent research suggests that masculinity-femininity is a single dimension. there are so few androgynous people. there are too many undifferentiated people. •   Question 9 1 out of 1 points Women tend to score higher than men on the _____ facet of the agreeableness personality trait. Selected Answer: cooperative. Answers: activity. good-natured. tender-mindedness. cooperative. •   Question 10 1 out of 1 points The idea that boys learn masculine behaviors by observing men is most indicative of the _____ theory. Selected Answer: social learning. Answers: socialization. evolutionary. hormonal. social learning.  


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