Chapter 12 Quiz: Gender
Chapter 12 Quiz: Gender PSYC 2350
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QUESTION 1 1. Beth says "I know that I am a girl and will always be a girl." She is exhibiting a strong a. gender role concept b. gender identity c. gender stereotype d. gender role behavior 1 points QUESTION 2 1. Joanie is a girl who never plays with dolls or wears dresses, though she knows that girls are "supposed" to play with dolls and wear dresses. In this example, Joanie's _________________ does not match her __________________. a. gender role behavior; gender identity b. gender role behavior; gender role concept c. gender stereotype; gender identity d. gender stereotype; gender role concept 1 points QUESTION 3 1. In the United States, of the following 7-year-olds, who is most likely to be ridiculed and lose status with peers? a. a male who wants to be on the track team b. a female who wants to be the captain of the football team c. a male who wants to play with dolls d. a female who wants to play house 1 points QUESTION 4 1. Walcott is a professional bar bouncer who is described by his coworkers as being independent and aggressive. Walcott is also a caring and nurturing husband and father. Walcott could be said to a. be androgynous. b. have a poor gender identity. c. be sexually undifferentiated. d. need to work on his expressive traits. 1 points QUESTION 5 1. Rapport talk is to report talk as a. males are to females. b. females are to males. c. the previous generation is to the current generation. d. elderly males are to elderly females. 1 points QUESTION 6 1. On the playground, the play settings in which boys teach one another the required masculine behavior and girls teach one another feminine behavior is referred to as a. "gender school." b. "gender pressure." c. "peer negotiations." d. "friend gendering" 1 points QUESTION 7 1. __________________________ is a cognitive structure, or network of associations, that organizes and guides a child's perceptions. a. Schema b. Cognition c. Identity d. Influence 1 points QUESTION 8 1. In the study described in class conducted by Langlois and Downs, children were asked to play with their parents and act "like a girl" or "like a boy". Results indicated that mothers tended to ___________ sex inappropriate behavior (i.e., boy playing with tea set) and fathers tended to _______________ sex inappropriate behavior. a. reinforce; reinforce b. punish; punish c. reinforce; punish d. punish; reinforce 1 points QUESTION 9 1. Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding gender schema theory? a. Gender schemas are self-perpetuating. b. Schema-consistent information is ignored. c. Children have difficulty remembering gender inconsistent information. d. Schema-inconsistent information is misinterpreted or rejected. 1 points QUESTION 10 1. Who would tell a mother, "In order for your 4-year-old to develop a female identity, she must first develop a sexual attraction to her father, then she must reject this attraction and affiliate with you"? a. a social learning theorist b. an psychoanalytic theorist c. a gender-schema theorist d. a cognitive-developmental theorist
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