PSYC 309 Quiz Sexual Development

PSYC 309 Quiz: Sexual Development

  1. Which factors are most crucial in establishing sexuality early in life?
  2. Sexuality is nonessential to the creative act of God.
  3. is the natural human response occurring when a person does something wrong, relays the message that one has not just done something wrong, but keep inside the person is awed and can never measure up.
  4. The Bible teaches procreation as the only purpose of sexual union.
  5. Females born with the absences of one X chromosome have a chromosomal abnormality known as:
  6. Freud used the term “latency” for the developmental stage between the ages of:
  7. Social scientists believe that human sexuality develops according to .
  8. Who is often faulted for the strong belief in body/soul dualism within the church?
  9. Sexual identity is defined as:
  10. One’s ability to leave their father and mother and rightly cleave to their spouse is known as :
  11. What is the first principle of an authentic sexual relationship?
  12. Friesen (1989) teaches parents to:
  13. The case is the most well-known case of sex reassignment gone wrong.
  14. Gender or gender role refers to one’s gender identity as defined by.
  15. Stanley Gretz (2001) states that created in the image of God.
  16. Which factors are most crucial in establishing sexuality as a child matures?
  17. The Christian model for human relationship is based on:
  18. Which approach to sexuality proposes that only one factor is necessary to explain a phenomenon?
  19. The 1980s were characterized by:
  20. A balanced sexual self should begin in the context of:
  21. The sexual revolution that began redefining gender roles began during which decade?
  22. Differentiation between male and female connotes:
  23. The two major explanations of the origin of male nonrelational sexuality are:
  24. The second principle of authentic sexuality is that placing blame or shame can lead to renewed hope.
  25. The current cultural attitude toward sexuality reflects tension between and sexual liberation.
  26. The authors believe that Scriptures support sexual intercourse in the context of marital covenant for what purpose?
  27. Firestone and Catlett’s (2006) determined the role of which parent is more important on a child’s sexual development?
  28. Jankowiak’s (2006) studies of polygamous societies found that:
  29. The third principle for an authentic sexual relationship is that personal resources and gifts are used for what purpose?
  30. Sexual formation and development is a process.
  31. Sexuality and spirituality are intricately connected.
  32. The sexual liberation following World War II introduced the premarital sexual standard of
  33. According to Schnarch (1991), a person’s capacity for sexual intimacy is directly related to that person’s degree of
  34. “Free sex” morality was reexamined due to the rise of:
  35. The dominant characteristic of Trinitarian relationality is .
  36. Sexual lust and intercourse were the original sins of Adam and Eve.
  37. How can a parent normalize their young child’s interest in sex?
  38. The double standard for male and female sexual expression began during the period.
  39. Characteristics of healthy family sexuality according to Maddock and Larson (1975) include all of the following EXCEPT:
  40. What is the primary importance of sociocultural inuence on sexuality?
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