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Introduction to Biology

Which of the following is NOT accurate according to research on the biology of desire?

A. The penis and the clitoris develop from the same embryonic tissues.

B. All orgasms are physiologically the same.

C. Physiological changes during male and female sexual arousal are similar.

D. Men’s capacity for sexual response greatly surpasses that of women.

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Question 2 of 20
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__________ is an eating disorder characterized by a fear of being fat, a distorted body image, radically reduced consumption of food, and emaciation.

A. Anorexia nervosa

B. Body-image distortion

C. Bulimia

D. Leptin

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Question 3 of 20
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Which of the following work conditions is NOT likely to increase work motivation and satisfaction?

A. Tasks are varied rather than repetitive.

B. The pay level is appropriate for the job.

C. The work feels meaningful and important.

D. The company has clear and consistent rules.

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Question 4 of 20
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Research concerning the implicit rules for proper sexual behavior among gay men and lesbians shows that:

A. in the number of sexual partners and sexual practices, lesbians are generally similar to heterosexual men.

B. in the number of sexual partners and sexual practices, gay men are generally similar to heterosexual.

C. gay men and lesbians tend to be more flexible than heterosexuals in establishing rules for their relationships.

D. gay men and lesbians negotiate unique relationships that do not follow sexual scripts.

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Question 5 of 20
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How do the three primary ingredients of love (passion, intimacy, and commitment) change over time in a relationship?

A. Passion increases and intimacy decreases.

B. Intimacy, passion, and commitment all increase.

C. Intimacy increases and passion decreases.

D. Passion and intimacy increase.

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Question 6 of 20
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Based on studies of U.S. and South Korean students, which is NOT one of the top four psychological needs?

A. Self-actualization

B. Autonomy

C. Competence

D. Relatedness

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Question 7 of 20
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Research supports the theory that homosexuality:

A. is the result of a “smothering mother.”

B. is the result of an “absent father.”

C. is caused by seduction by an older adult.

D. has unknown and puzzling causes.

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Question 8 of 20
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Studies on the biology of desire indicate that:

A. women and men are physically opposite.

B. testosterone directly causes sexual arousal in men and women.

C. sexual activity produces higher levels of testosterone.

D. lowering testosterone causes an increase in sexual desire.

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Question 9 of 20
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Although many factors interact to influence body weight, __________ is probably the most important.

A. genetics

B. psychological needs

C. individual habits

D. cultural rules

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Question 10 of 20
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Which of the following is NOT an attachment style in love relationships?

A. Secure attachment

B. Avoidant attachment

C. Intimate attachment

D. Anxious-ambivalent attachment

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Question 11 of 20
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Risky sexual behaviors, such as sex with many partners and a failure to use birth control, are strongly associated with which motives for sex?

A. Coping, partner approval, and peer approval

B. Self-affirmation, peer approval, and enhancement

C. Partner approval, enhancement, and self-affirmation

D. Enhancement, self-affirmation, and coping

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Question 12 of 20
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An expectation that comes true because of the tendency of the person holding it to act in ways that bring it about is called:

A. a self-fulfilling prophecy.

B. an approach goal.

C. a mastery goal.

D. self-efficacy.

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Question 13 of 20
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Which of the following would be predicted by the traditional evolutionary view of sexual scripts?

A. Females will tend to reject casual sex.

B. Youthful females will try to mate with many males.

C. Males will tend to shop for the best “genetic deal” they can get in a woman.

D. Youthful males prefer monogamous relationships.

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Question 14 of 20
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For a goal to improve motivation and performance, it should meet all of the following conditions EXCEPT:

A. the goal is specific.

B. the goal is performance-oriented.

C. the goal is challenging.

D. the goal is an approach goal.

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Question 15 of 20
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Physiological research has dispelled the notion that:

A. normal women do not experience orgasm.

B. testosterone increases sexual drive in males.

C. the penis and the clitoris develop from the same embryonic tissue.

D. orgasms experienced by men and by women are similar.

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Question 16 of 20
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In Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, what is the top level of the pyramid?

A. Security needs

B. Esteem needs

C. Social needs

D. Self-actualization

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Question 17 of 20
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Which of the following is NOT one of the six factors listed in the text as underlying reasons for having sex?

A. Necessity or obligation

B. Partner approval

C. Peer approval

D. Intimacy

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Question 18 of 20
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__________ is defined as the genetically influenced weight range for an individual, maintained by biological mechanisms that regulate food intake, fat reserves, and metabolism.

A. Basal metabolism rate

B. Leptin

C. Anorexia nervosa

D. Set point

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Question 19 of 20
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Which of the following would NOT be hypothesized according to the attachment theory of love?

A. Securely attached babies are more likely to become securely attached lovers in adulthood.

B. Anxious-ambivalent babies are more likely to become clingy and suffer from unrequited love in adulthood.

C. Babies with avoidant attachments to their parents are often adults who avoid intimacy.

D. Securely attached adults rarely recognize their parents’ flaws.

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Question 20 of 20
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Research concerning the riddle of sexual orientation suggests that:

A. most gay men report being seduced by an older adult during late childhood or early adolescence.

B. the majority of children of gay parents become gay themselves when they reach adolescence.

C. the parents of gay men were unconcerned about their son’s nonconformity with the traditional male role.

D. from an early age, gay men recall that they rejected the typical boy role and toys.

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