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Human Sexuality: Chapter 2

Instructions: For each question, click on the radio button beside your answer. When you have completed the entire quiz, click the “Submit my answers” button at the bottom of the page to receive your results.

Question 1:

a) Classical conditioning
b) Social script theory
c) Evolutionary theory
d) Operant conditioning

Question 2:

a) That there is a difference in ejaculation time between older and younger men.
b) That younger men will ejaculate more quickly than older men while masturbating.
c) That there will be no difference in how long it takes older and younger men to ejaculate while masturbating.
d) That older men will ejaculate more quickly than younger men while masturbating.

Question 3:

a) Psychodynamic theory
b) Classical conditioning
c) Social exchange theory
d) Operant conditioning

Question 4:

a) Freudian theory
b) Evolutionary theory
c) Social learning theory
d) Social exchange theory

Question 5:

a) An unconditioned stimulus
b) A conditioned response
c) An unconditioned response
d) A conditioned stimulus

Question 6:

a) Looks at the role of script in sexual behaviours.
b) Looks at rewards and punishments associated with decisions about sexual behaviours
c) Looks at costs and benefits in relationships.
d) Looks at a person’s environment to see what influence social factors, such as the nature of their parent’s relationship, may be having.

Question 7:

a) 22 per cent
b) 30 per cent
c) 50 per cent
d) 5 per cent

Question 8:

a) Cognitive theory
b) Genetic theory
c) Sociobiological theory
d) Evolutionary theory

Question 9:

a) Sexual strategy
b) Intersexual selection
c) Intrasexual selection
d) Natural selection

Question 10:

a) Males guard the offspring of multiple female partners.
b) Males are never involved in rearing offspring.
c) Both the males and females participate equally in rearing offspring.
d) Males only help rear male offspring.