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1

Human sexuality is:
A. Unidimensional
B. Bidimensional
C. Tridimensional
D. Multidimensional

D. Multidimensional

2

Sexual identity refers to:
A. External genitalia only
B. Internal genitalia only
C. Internal and external genitalia
D. Gender fluid

C. Internal and external genitalia

3

Gender identity refers to:
A. Individual’s sense
B. A person’s chromosomes
C. A person’s sexual practices
D. A person’s sexual fantasies

A. Individual’s sense

4

Androgyny refers to:
A. A person having masculine traits
B. A person having feminine traits
C. A person having both masculine and feminine traits
D. A person having no traits

C. A person having both masculine and feminine traits

5

Sexual orientation is the degree to which an individual manifests:
A. A person’s degree of manifesting gender roles
B. A person’s degree of emotional and erotic attraction to animals
C. A person’s degree of sexual behavior
D. A person’s degree of emotional and erotic attraction to same sex, opposite sex, or both sexes

D. A person’s degree of emotional and erotic attraction to same sex, opposite sex, or both sexes

6

Sexual behavior refers to:
A. An amalgam of psychological and physiological responses to internal and external stimuli
B. An amalgam of sexual identity and sexual characteristics
C. An amalgam of gender identity and gender roles
D. An amalgam of sexual and gender identities

A. An amalgam of psychological and physiological responses to internal and external stimuli

7

Autoeroticism is part of:
A. Gender identity
B. Sexual identity
C. Sexual orientation
D. Sexual behavior

D. Sexual behavior

8

Who discovered the human sexual response cycle?
A. Alfred Kinsley
B. Masters and Johnson
C. Freud
D. Adler

B. Masters and Johnson

9

The human sexual response cycle is:
A. Desire, excitement, orgasm, resolution
B. Excitement, Orgasm, and resolution
C. Excitement, desire, and orgasm
D. Desire, Excitement and Orgasm

A. Desire, excitement, orgasm, resolution

10

Transgressing sexual and gender norms may result in:
A. Decreased quality of orgasm
B. Stigma and discrimination
C. Increased secual excitement
D. Decreased desire

B. Stigma and discrimination

11

In sexuality, the gender and sexual norms for females
A. Promote passivity and ignorance
B. Promote emancipation
C. Promotes equality between men and women
D. Promotes violence to maintain hierarchy

A. Promote passivity and ignorance

12

In sexuality, the gender and sexual norms for males:
A. Promote passivity and ignorance
B. Promote emancipation
C. Promotes equality between men and women
D. Promotes violence to maintain hierarchy

D. Promotes violence to maintain hierarchy

13

Not a high risk for STI
A. IV drug use
B. Sex with multiple partners
C. Sex with person with multiple partners
D. Sex with condom

D. Sex with condom

14

What is transference?
A. The patient treats the therapist as someone significant in the patient’s life
B. The patient treats the therapist as an individual person
C. The therapist treats the patient as someone significant in the therapist’s life
D. The therapist treats the patient as an individual person

A. The patient treats the therapist as someone significant in the patient’s life

15

What is countertransference?
A. The patient treats the therapist as someone significant in the patient’s life
B. The patient treats the therapist as an individual person
C. The therapist treats the patient as someone significant in the therapist’s life
D. The therapist treats the patient as an individual person

C. The therapist treats the patient as someone significant in the therapist’s life

16

Spiritual factors are part of
A. Human sexuality
B. Sexual behavior
C. Sexual orientation
D. Gender identity

A. Human sexuality

17

At this age, most children have developed a firm gender identity.
a) 3 years
b) 4 years
c) 5 years
d) 6 years

a) 3 years

18

An individual whose primary erotic, psychological, emotional, and social interest is in a member of the same sex, even though those interests may not be overtly expressed:
a) Heterosexual
b) Homosexual
c) Asexual
d) Bisexual

b) Homosexual

19

The following factors when taken together contributed to a decline in high-risk sexual behavior in adolescents
a) Distribution of condoms and sex education
b) Fear of contracting STDs and desire to get pregnant
c) Religious and social youth groups, school-based education programs
d) Higher income family

c) Religious and social youth groups, school-based education programs

20

Healthy sexual development can be encouraged in children aged 9-12 years by: (How would you encourage proper sexuality education)?
a) Instill critical thinking and skills when consuming media of sexual nature
b) Teach that s/he has rights and responsibilities in their relationship
c) Age-appropriate education
d) AOTA

d) AOTA