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  1. which of the following is a common myth about STIs?
    A) a person can get STIs when in a monogamous relationship
    B) STIs are common in all socioeconomic groups
    C) people cannon get an STI the first time they have sex
    D) hormonal forms of contraception offer no protection
    C) people cannon get an STI the first time they have sex
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which of the following is an effective communication skill that can be used when speaking with one's partner about STIs?
    A) ask partner to share thoughts immediately
    B) be spontaneous and say what comes to mind
    C) wait until you are sexually intimate to start communicating
    D) decide in advance what you both feel comfortable doing
    D) decide in advance what you both feel comfortable doing
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. the most noticeable symptom of Hepatits B is
    A) discharge
    B) migranes
    C) jaundice
    D) fever blisters
    C) jaundice
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. AIDS causes gradual failure of:
    A) circulatory system
    B) digestive system
    C) respiratory system
    D) immune system
    D) immune system
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Which is symptom of pubic lice?
    A) chancre sores on genitals
    B) severe itching in genetilita area
    C) foul smelling vaginal discharge
    D) sever swelling in the groin area
    B) severe itching in genetilita area
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Patrice has be diagnosed with a STI that casued her to have thick cloudy discharge from her vagina. What is it?
    A) genital herpes
    B) chancroid
    C) chlamydia
    D) syphilis
    C) chlamydia
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Carlo has gonorrhea. Which might have been a first symptom?
    A) a painless sore on scrotum
    B) sever swelling in groin
    C) burning sensation during urination
    D) a small painful blister on penis
    C) burning sensation during urination
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Viral STIs are:
    A) incurable
    B) not preventable
    C) curable
    D) treatable with anitbiotics
    A) incurable
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Researchers in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study :
    A) encouraged participants to get treatment
    B) provided treatment for participants
    C) told all participants what they were infected with
    D) didn't tell them what they were infected with
    D) didn't tell them what they were infected with
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Which of the following causes pelvic inflammatory disease?
    A) bacteria
    B) viruses
    C) parasites
    D) fungi
    A) bacteria
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Risk
    Factors of STIs
    • -lackof STI symptoms
    • -lackof accurate information
    • -“unhealthy”sexual emotions
    • -poor sexual communication
    • -Substance abuse
    • -high-risk sexual behaviors
  12. Bacterial STIs:
    • Gonorrhea
    • Chlamydia
    • Syphilis
  13. Viral STIs:
    • Hepatitis A and B
    • Genital Herpes
    • Pubic Lice
    • Human Papiloma virus
  14. Gonorrhea symptoms:
    green pussy discharge, pelvic inflammatory disease in women
  15. Syphilis symptoms
    canker on penis or vaginal lips
  16. Genital Herpes
    symptoms and treatments
    • Symptoms: open painful blisters on or not on genitals
    • Treatment: antiherpetics
  17. Human Papiloma Virus
    Symptoms and treatmens
    • Symptoms: warts on genital
    • Treatment: antiviral meds can manage, preventative injections
  18. Hepatits A and B
    symptoms and treatment
    • Symptoms: jaundice in eyes
    • Treatment: liver transplant
  19. Prevention for STI:
    • abstinence
    • know your partner
    • stay clean
    • take preventative measures
  20. according to text, the work of _______ revolutionized our understanding of sexual anatomy and sexual responding.
    A) Kinsey
    B) Masters and Johnson
    C) Kaplan
    D) Hite
    B) Masters and Johnson
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. which of the following sexual problems occurs in females?
    A) rapid ejaculation
    B) delayed ejaculation
    C) erectile problems
    D) dyspareunia
    D) dyspareunia
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Lucia when to the doctor because she experiences pain in her vagina just prior to sexual intecourse. She was diagnosed with:
    A) female orgasmic disorder
    B) dyspareunia
    C) vaginismus
    D) sexual aversion disorder
    C) vaginismus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Moe and Flo have been partners for several years. Over the past year they have lost their sexual desire even though they still love each other. They are experiencing:
    A) sexual rejection disorder
    B) generalized arousal disorder
    C) hypoactive sexual desire
    D) sexual disinhibition
    C) hypoactive sexual desire
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Luke has experienced erectile difficulty on several occasions. As a result, he developed a fear of not being able to achieve an erection. He has:
    A) depression
    B) vaginismus
    C) performance anxiety
    D) dyspareunia
    C) performance anxiety
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Which of the following is NOT one of the 6 relationship factors that can affect sexual functioning?
    A) poor communication
    B) conflicting sexual expectations
    C) cultural differences
    D) loss of trust
    C) cultural differences
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Garth is a heavy smoker. What types of sexual problems can he possibly have?
    A) inhibited ejaculation
    B) erectile problems
    C) dyspareunia
    D) decreased desire
    B) erectile problems

    CARDIOVASCULAR!!!!
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. Lena feels that she is the only person in the world who has a sexual problem. Given the information discussed in the textbook about sexual problems, what would you tell her?
    A) seuxal problems are rare
    B) only women experience seuxal problems
    C) it is important to keep sexual problems a secret
    D) seuxal difficulties are very common
    D) seuxal difficulties are very common
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Morris has difficulty reaching orgasm after long periods of stimulation. He most likely has:
    A) hypoactive sexual desire
    B) male orgasmic disorder
    C) premature ejaculation
    D) erectle disorder
    B) male orgasmic disorder
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. What effects does alcohol have on sexual fucntioning?
    A) it speeds up orgasm
    B) it increases sexual desire
    C) it enhances physiological sexual response
    D) it can inhibit penile erection and clitoral engagement
    D) it can inhibit penile erection and clitoral engagement
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. Evaluating a sex problem: 3 dimensional model
    • -Duration: primary (physiological problem) or secondary (temporary)
    • -Context: global or situational
    • -Frequency: partial or total
  31. Male categories of sexual problems:
    • -Desire (hypoactive sexual desire)
    • -Arousal (erectile problems)
    • -Orgasm (premature or delayed ejaculation)
    • -Sexual pain – dyspareunia (sexual pain associated with sexual intercourse)
  32. Female categories of sexual problems:
    • -Desire: hypoactive sexual desire OR sexual aversion (extreme dislike andavoidance of genital contact)
    • -Arousal: inhibited sexual arousal (can't become or stay sexually excited)
    • -Orgasm: inhibited orgasm
    • -Sexual pain: dyspareunia (genital pain associated with sexual intercourse)OR vaginismus (painful involuntary spasm of musculature of the outerthird of the vagina that interferes with vaginal penetration)
  33. Sources of sexual problems:
    • -neurological
    • -hormonal
    • -vascular
    • -use
    • and abuse of alcohol and other recreational drugs
    • -SSRI
    • (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors)
  34. Relationship sources of sexual problems:
    • -loss of trust
    • -poor communication
    • -anger and resentment
    • -conflicting sexual expectations
    • -lack of respect
    • -loss of love
    • -interactions among the above six factors
  35. ______ is characterized by reliving the abuse, avoiding situations, thoughts, and feelings related to the abuse, "emotional numbing", sleep disturbances, a heightened startle response, "hypervigilance", and difficulty concentrating:
    A) emotional outburst
    B) psychotic depression
    C) post-traumatic stress disorder
    D) rape desensetization syndrome
    C) post-traumatic stress disorder
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Many women choose not to report the crime to authorities because:
    A) guilt
    B) confusion over it was really rape
    C) fear of retaliation
    D) all of above
    D) all of above
  37. Sexual harassment in the workplace falls into two categories: Quid Pro Quo and ______.
    A) creation of hostile environment
    B) pressure to laugh at provocative jokes or pictures
    C) psuedo sexual harassment
    D) provision of favors in exchange for sexual involvement
    A) creation of hostile environment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. The following are "truths" related to rape, except:
    A) women often make false accusations about rape
    B) rape fantasies do not imply that women want to be raped in real life
    C) rape is not about sex, but about power and control
    D) women do not encourage rape by their dress and actions
    A) women often make false accusations about rape
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. All of the following are true when it comes to child seuxal abouse, except:
    A) the vast majority of abusers are male
    B) child sexual abusers rely on their position of greater power and threats of punishment
    C) it is more likely to be a stranger than in an adult situation
    D) it is an expression of power and control over someone of weaker status
    C) it is more likely to be a stranger than in an adult situation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. The effects of child sexual abuse can be seen in
    A) relationship problems
    B) physical or medical complaints
    C) emotional of psychological disorders
    D) all above
    D) all above
  41. During their college years, _____ of college women are victim of some form of sexual assault of sexual coercion.
    A) almost a third
    B) nearly a quarter
    C) more than half
    D) nearly all
    B) nearly a quarter
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. ______ is a psychological disorder where a person experiences uncontrollable sexual impulses involving children.
    A) preference molester
    B) child molestation
    C) pedophilia
    D) incest
    C) pedophilia
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. 2 facts about rape are clear:
    A) usually commited by acquaintance; victims are usually in college
    B) usually commited by acquaintance; victims are usually young
    C) usually commited by a stranger; victims are usually young
    D) usually commited by a stranger; victims are usually in college
    B) usually commited by acquaintance; victims are usually young
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. The first reaction of many rape survivors is:
    A) anger and grief
    B) denial and withdrawal
    C) suicide of suicidal ideation
    D) self-blame
    B) denial and withdrawal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. Official definition of rape:
    when someone says no, but the other person goes ahead and does it anyway.
  46. Types of Rape:
    • -Stranger Rape: when you don't know the person
    • -Acquaintance Rape
    • -Date Rape
    • -Partner Rape
  47. Rape Myths:
    • -Women encourage rape by their dress and actions
    • -Men who rape simply lose control over their sexual urges
    • -men who rape are mentally ill
    • -women secretly want to be raped
    • -any woman can resist if she really wants to
    • -women falsely accuse men
    • -most rapes are committed by strangers
    • -all men are capable of rape
  48. Categories of Child Sexual Abuse:
    • -Pedophilia: sex with children under the age of 12
    • -Child Molestation: molest children
    • -Incest: sex within the family
  49. Who are usually abusers?
    People we know
  50. effects of sexual abuse on victims?
    • -emotional distress
    • -psychological disorders
    • -adult intimate relationships
    • -medical consequences
  51. Things you can't have for sexual harassment:
    • -coercion and bribery
    • -hostile environment
    • -aggressive acts
    • -third party effects
  52. quid pro quo
    something is gained from something else
  53. Statutory Rape
    • legal term that indicates sexual activity when one partner is
    • under age of consent; in most states less than 18 is illegal
  54. Characteristics of Abusive Relationships:
    • -lack of respect for women
    • -become more physical and invasive making one uncomfortable
    • -hostile and angry expression toward women
    • -disregarding one's wishes
    • -tendency to act jealous
    • -negative and demeaning attitudes toward women
    • -tendency to drink heavily and get abusive when drunk
  55. Rape Trauma Syndrome:
    • predictable sequences of reactions that a victim experiences following a rape.
    • -intrusive memories, nightmares and flashbacks
    • -memories are accompanied by intense inappropriate emotions
    • -feelings of being forced to have sex are overwhelming
    • -depression, anxiety and sexual dysfunction(s)
    • -problems in loving and caring relationships concerning trust and attachments
    • -blame, low self-esteem, guilt and obsessive thoughts and even action (compulsive)
  56. Miller vs. California:
    • landmark case of obscenity
    • -stated criteria of what obscenity is
    • -community standard

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