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Chapter 05

Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbirth

 

 

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  1. (p. 93-94)Gonads include the
    A. scrotum and vulva.
    B. hormones and pheromones.
    C. penises and vaginas.
    D. ovaries and testes.

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 94)The external female sex organs are called the
    A. vagina.
    B. uterus.
    C. vulva.
    D. gonads.

 

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  1. (p. 94)Which of the following contains spongy tissue that becomes engorged with blood during sexual excitement?
    A. labia majora
    B. clitoris
    C. vulva
    D. labia minora

 

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  1. (p. 95)The passage that leads to the internal female reproductive organs is the
    A. uterus.
    B. cervix.
    C. clitoris.
    D. vagina.

 

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  1. (p. 95)Womb is another term for
    A. uterus.
    B. cervix.
    C. clitoris.
    D. vagina.

 

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  1. (p. 95)The fallopian tubes link the
    A. bladder and urethra.
    B. uterus and bladder.
    C. ovaries and uterus.
    D. cervix and uterus.

 

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  1. (p. 95)The fertilized egg is implanted in the _______________, where it grows into a fetus.
    A. uterus
    B. vagina
    C. ovary
    D. cervix

 

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  1. (p. 95)The purpose of the scrotum is to
    A. hold the ovaries.
    B. maintain the temperature of the testes.
    C. transport semen.
    D. protect against sexually transmitted diseases.

 

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  1. (p. 96)Sperm are manufactured in the
    A. testes’ tubules.
    B. vas deferens.
    C. epididymis.
    D. seminal vesicle.

 

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  1. (p. 96)The sperm-storing structure on the surface of each testicle is the
    A. glans.
    B. epididymis.
    C. seminal vesicle.
    D. Cowper’s gland.

 

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  1. (p. 96)Which of the following is an argument in support of male circumcision?
    A. It reduces the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection later in life.
    B. It does not pose a risk of bleeding or infection.
    C. It may make the penis more sensitive.
    D. It is a completely painless procedure.

 

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  1. (p. 115)The prostate gland
    A. has no known function in male reproduction.
    B. produces part of the seminal fluid.
    C. secretes a preejaculatory fluid to neutralize the sperm passageway.
    D. is the site of sperm production.

 

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  1. (p. 96)Which of the following is the route sperm take from the testes to the urethra?
    A. through the epididymis to the vas deferens; then through the prostate gland to the seminal vesicles; and then to the ejaculatory ducts
    B. through the vas deferens to the epididymis; then through the prostate gland to the seminal vesicles; and then to the ejaculatory ducts
    C. through the seminal vesicles to the vas deferens; then through the prostate gland to the epididymis; and then to the ejaculatory ducts
    D. through the epididymis to the vas deferens; then to the seminal vesicles; and then through the prostate gland to the ejaculatory ducts

 

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  1. (p. 96)The purpose of the seminal vesicles is to
    A. lubricate the urethra.
    B. allow for an orgasm without ejaculation.
    C. serve as an indicator that ejaculation is about to occur.
    D. provide nutrients for semen.

 

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  1. (p. 95)The purpose of preejaculatory fluid is to
    A. lubricate the urethra.
    B. allow for an orgasm without ejaculation.
    C. serve as an indicator that ejaculation is about to occur.
    D. provide nutrients for semen.

 

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  1. (p. 96)The glans is
    A. the rounded head of the clitoris or penis.
    B. the scrotum sac.
    C. the spongy component of the penis.
    D. another word for testicle.

 

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  1. (p. 96)Male circumcision involves removal of the
    A. glans.
    B. prepuce.
    C. scrotum.
    D. epididymis.

 

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  1. (p. 97)Male sex hormones are called
    A. androgens.
    B. estrogens.
    C. progestogens.
    D. endorphins.

 

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  1. (p. 97)What are the two groups of female sex hormones?
    A. androgens and estrogens
    B. estrogens and progestogens
    C. progestogens and endorphins
    D. endorphins and androgens

 

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  1. (p. 97)Which of the following do/does NOT produce testosterone?
    A. testes
    B. ovaries
    C. adrenal glands
    D. pituitary gland

 

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  1. (p. 97)The hormones secreted by the _______________ gland(s) regulate the release of hormones by other glands.
    A. adrenal
    B. Bartholin’s
    C. Cowper’s
    D. pituitary

 

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  1. (p. 97)How many pairs of chromosomes do human cells normally contain?
    A. 12
    B. 23
    C. 32
    D. 46

 

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  1. (p. 97)Which of the following chromosomal configurations denotes female?
    A. YY
    B. YX
    C. XY
    D. XX

 

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  1. (p. 97)Which of the following chromosomal configurations denotes male?
    A. YY
    B. XY
    C. XX
    D. YX

 

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  1. (p. 98)Which of the following describes Turner syndrome?
    A. It can cause infertility in men.
    B. It occurs when a man carries two or more X chromosomes.
    C. It causes women to appear masculine.
    D. It occurs when a woman only has one complete X chromosome.

 

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  1. (p. 98)Testosterone is produced by which male organ(s)?
    A. Cowper’s gland
    B. penis
    C. seminal vesicles
    D. testes

 

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  1. (p. 98)The period during which the male and female reproductive systems mature is called
    A. menstruation.
    B. puberty.
    C. growing pains.
    D. menarche.

 

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  1. (p. 98)The first sign of female puberty is
    A. underarm hair.
    B. an increase in growth rate.
    C. the onset of menstruation.
    D. breast development.

 

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  1. (p. 98)What is the correct order of phases in the menstrual cycle?
    A. (1) estrogenic phase, (2) menses, (3) ovulation, (4) progestational phase
    B. (1) menses, (2) estrogenic phase, (3) ovulation, (4) progestational phase
    C. (1) progestational phase, (2) ovulation, (3) estrogenic phase, (4) menses
    D. (1) menses, (2) ovulation, (3) estrogenic phase, (4) progestational phase

 

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  1. (p. 98)Which of the four phases of the menstrual cycle is characterized by menstrual flow?
    A. estrogenic phase
    B. menses
    C. progestational phase
    D. ovulation

 

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  1. (p. 98-99)The release of the egg is characteristic of
    A. menses.
    B. the progestational phase.
    C. the estrogenic phase.
    D. ovulation.

 

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  1. (p. 99)What happens to the corpus luteum if pregnancy occurs?
    A. It begins to produce progesterone and estrogen.
    B. It degenerates almost immediately, and the levels of estrogen and progesterone decline.
    C. It is maintained by human chorionic gonadotropin, so it continues to produce hormones.
    D. It forms the placenta for the embryo.

 

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  1. (p. 99)Women who experience dysmenorrhea have _______________ menstruation.
    A. lengthy
    B. infrequent
    C. painful
    D. interrupted

 

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  1. (p. 99)Which of the following best describes premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)?
    A. It occurs after age 40.
    B. It occurs in emotionally unstable women.
    C. It is experienced by more than half of all women.
    D. It interferes with normal daily activities.

 

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  1. (p. 99)Which of the following is a recommended strategy for relieving PMS?
    A. increasing salt intake
    B. reducing complex carbohydrates
    C. using relaxation techniques
    D. abstaining from exercise

 

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  1. (p. 100)The first visible sign of sexual maturity in boys is usually
    A. the growth of testicles.
    B. the development of body hair.
    C. deepening of the voice.
    D. the appearance of facial hair.

 

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  1. (p. 100)The cessation of menstruation is called
    A. menopause.
    B. menarche.
    C. dysmenorrhea.
    D. gynecomastia.

 

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  1. (p. 101)Which of the following statements about hormone replacement therapy is accurate?
    A. It has been known to advance bone loss.
    B. It has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
    C. It has been associated with increased vaginal dryness.
    D. It is increasingly prescribed by doctors to combat a range of side effects of menopause.

 

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  1. (p. 101)Which of the following best describes aging male syndrome?
    A. It usually begins at 50.
    B. It occurs over a shorter period than menopause.
    C. It may involve loss of muscle mass and increase in fat mass.
    D. It cannot be alleviated with medical treatment.

 

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  1. (p. 102)Areas of the body that produce sexual excitement when touched are called
    A. erogenous zones.
    B. stimulation glands.
    C. estrogenic sites.
    D. orgasmic portals.

 

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  1. (p. 102)The engorgement of tissues that results when more blood flows into an organ than is flowing out is called
    A. vasocongestion.
    B. orgasm.
    C. vaginismus.
    D. menarche.

 

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  1. (p. 102)Which of the following commonly occurs during the excitement stage of sexual response?
    A. The vagina or penis rhythmically contracts.
    B. The testes pull upward within the scrotum.
    C. The upper end of the vagina expands.
    D. The seminal vesicles release secretions.

 

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  1. (p. 102)The plateau phase of the sexual response cycle is characterized by
    A. leveling off of reactions in the excitement phase.
    B. intensification of reactions from the excitement phase.
    C. a gradual reduction in sexual tension.
    D. the beginning of the resolution phase.

 

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  1. (p. 102)Rhythmic contractions of the male and female reproductive structures occur during the _______________ phase.
    A. excitement
    B. plateau
    C. orgasmic
    D. resolution

 

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  1. (p. 103)Male and female reactions during the sexual response cycle differ in which of the following ways?
    A. Men experience a fusion of the plateau and orgasmic phases.
    B. Women experience a more uniform progression through the phases.
    C. Women go straight from excitement to orgasm without a plateau phase.
    D. Men enter a refractory period in which they cannot be restimulated to orgasm.

 

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  1. (p. 103)Which of the following occurs during orgasm?
    A. The uterus suddenly elevates.
    B. The vaginal walls swell.
    C. The Cowper’s gland releases secretions.
    D. The male urethra contracts.

 

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  1. (p. 103)Which of the following sexual health problems in women can be caused by the organism Candida?
    A. vaginitis
    B. endometriosis
    C. pelvic inflammatory disease
    D. vulvodynia

 

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  1. (p. 103)Endometriosis is a(n)
    A. infection of the uterus, oviducts, or ovaries.
    B. thinning of endometrial tissue that increases oviduct diameter.
    C. growth of endometrial-like tissue outside the uterus.
    D. inflammation of endometrial tissue inside the uterus.

 

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  1. (p. 104)The term impotence is an older name for
    A. erectile dysfunction.
    B. premature ejaculation.
    C. delayed ejaculation.
    D. orgasmic dysfunction.

 

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  1. (p. 104)A male attempting to engage in intercourse after excessive alcohol consumption is most likely to experience which of the following?
    A. multiple orgasms
    B. premature ejaculation
    C. erectile dysfunction
    D. an intense orgasm

 

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  1. (p. 105)The first step in treating a sexual dysfunction is
    A. getting counseling for troubled relationships.
    B. treating irrational attitudes.
    C. improving sexual skills.
    D. undergoing a physical examination.

 

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  1. (p. 103)Dyspareunia is the
    A. inability to achieve a vaginal orgasm in women.
    B. experience of painful intercourse in women.
    C. inability to ejaculate live sperm in men.
    D. experience of involuntary orgasm in men.

 

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  1. (p. 105)Which of the following is the most common treatment for orgasmic dysfunction in women?
    A. masturbation
    B. generous amounts of lubricant
    C. desensitization techniques
    D. Viagra

 

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  1. (p. 106)Everything you do in your daily life that expresses your maleness or femaleness to others determines your
    A. gender.
    B. gender identity.
    C. gender role.
    D. sex.

 

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  1. (p. 106)Individuals whose biological sex and assigned gender role match the gender they identify with are called
    A. cisgender.
    B. transgender.
    C. monogender.
    D. unigender.

 

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  1. (p. 106-107)Which of the following terms best describes people who feel their biological sex does not match their gender?
    A. bisexual
    B. transsexual
    C. transvestite
    D. homosexual

 

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  1. (p. 106)Androgyny is best characterized as having
    A. no sexual characteristics.
    B. no overtly male or female identity or characteristics.
    C. gender-role confusion.
    D. gender identity disorder.

 

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  1. (p. 107)People who identify as bisexual
    A. are more or less equally attracted to men and women.
    B. used to be attracted to one gender but now like another.
    C. cannot decide which gender they really like.
    D. have markedly low sexual desire.

 

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  1. (p. 108)Which of the following is a finding of recent experimental research on sexual orientation?
    A. Environment plays a large role in determining gender identity.
    B. There is no difference between the brains of heterosexuals and homosexuals.
    C. Having several sons reduces the chances of having a homosexual child.
    D. Exposure to hormones in the womb may have an effect on sexual orientation.

 

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  1. (p. 109)An umbrella term for behavior aimed at sexual self-stimulation is
    A. autoeroticism.
    B. erotic fantasy.
    C. masturbation.
    D. foreplay.

 

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  1. (p. 110)Oral stimulation of the female genitalia is called
    A. cunnilingus.
    B. masturbation.
    C. fellatio.
    D. coitus.

 

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  1. (p. 110)Oral stimulation of the penis with the mouth is called
    A. cunnilingus.
    B. masturbation.
    C. fellatio.
    D. coitus.

 

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  1. (p. 110)The most extreme form of sexual coercion is
    A. seduction.
    B. harassment.
    C. solicitation.
    D. rape.

 

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  1. (p. 111)Which of the following forms of commercial sex involves physical contact?
    A. pornography
    B. prostitution
    C. cybersex
    D. online porn

 

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  1. (p. 113)________________ is a complex process that begins with the joining of the nucleus of an egg with the nucleus of a sperm.
    A. Conception
    B. In vitro
    C. Genetic coding
    D. Insemination

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

 

  1. (p. 113)The egg that is created from the fertilization of an ovum with a sperm is called a(n)
    A. embryo.
    B. zygote.
    C. blastocyst.
    D. fetus.

 

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  1. (p. 113)If an egg is not fertilized, it will last about
    A. 12 hours.
    B. 24 hours.
    C. 32 hours.
    D. 48 hours.

 

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  1. (p. 113)Conception normally occurs in the
    A. ovary.
    B. uterus.
    C. vagina.
    D. fallopian tube.

 

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  1. (p. 113)An egg or a sperm has _________ chromosomes.
    A. 18
    B. 23
    C. 32
    D. 46

 

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  1. (p. 113)The basic units of heredity that provide the blueprint for functional and health characteristics of an individual are
    A. chromosomes.
    B. trophoblasts.
    C. gametes.
    D. genes.

 

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  1. (p. 117)The organ in which the blastocyst embeds itself is the
    A. uterus.
    B. cervix.
    C. vagina.
    D. oviduct.

 

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Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

 

  1. (p. 113)Alice delivered a set of fraternal twins. Which of the following statements about them is TRUE?
    A. They will be exactly alike in terms of their genetic code.
    B. They came from an ovum that was fertilized by two sperm.
    C. They resulted from two ova, each fertilized by a separate sperm.
    D. They came from two ova fertilized by a single sperm.

 

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  1. (p. 113)Identical twins
    A. share the same genetic material.
    B. are no more alike than other siblings.
    C. result from one ovum fertilized by two separate sperm.
    D. result from two eggs fertilized by two separate sperm.

 

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  1. (p. 114)Male infertility is the root cause of what percentage of all infertile couples?
    A. 11 percent
    B. 26 percent
    C. 38 percent
    D. 50 percent

 

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  1. (p. 113)The most common individual cause of female infertility is
    A. hyperthermia from hot tub use.
    B. thyroid disease.
    C. failure to ovulate.
    D. endometriosis.

 

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  1. (p. 113)Pelvic inflammatory disease is most often the result of
    A. age.
    B. urinary tract infections.
    C. sexually transmitted infections.
    D. scarring from abdominal surgery.

 

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  1. (p. 113)Kelley’s infertility is caused by blocked fallopian tubes. She has no history of pelvic infections or sexually transmitted infections. What is the most likely cause of the blockage?
    A. scarring from abnormal hormone levels
    B. endometriosis
    C. a congenital defect in the oviduct
    D. a tumor

 

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  1. (p. 113)_______________ is a condition in which the uterine lining grows outside of the uterus.
    A. Pelvic inflammatory disease
    B. Endometriosis
    C. Infertility
    D. Ectopic pregnancy

 

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  1. (p. 114)Which of the following is NOT a primary reason for male infertility?
    A. age
    B. infection
    C. testicular disease
    D. disorder of sperm transport

 

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  1. (p. 114)A common treatment approach for infertility resulting from a low sperm count is
    A. using a gestational carrier.
    B. artificial (intrauterine) insemination.
    C. infrequent intercourse to build up sperm stores.
    D. erectile dysfunction drugs.

 

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  1. (p. 114)The process of fertilizing an ovum outside of the body in a laboratory dish is called
    A. artificial (intrauterine) insemination.
    B. in vitro fertilization.
    C. laparoscopic fertilization.
    D. gestational carrier.

 

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  1. (p. 115)The hormone found only in pregnant women that, when detected, confirms pregnancy is
    A. estrogen.
    B. unconjugated estriol.
    C. prostaglandin.
    D. human chorionic gonadotropin.

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the physical and emotional changes related to pregnancy.
Topic: Pregnancy

  1. (p. 115)Which of the following is NOT an early sign of pregnancy?
    A. nausea
    B. fatigue
    C. decreased urination
    D. breast tenderness

 

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  1. (p. 115)Hegar’s sign is
    A. a bluish discoloration of the cervix.
    B. the softening of the uterus near the cervix.
    C. a home pregnancy test.
    D. the presence of human chorionic gonadotropin.

 

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Topic: Pregnancy

  1. (p. 116)What is the average weight gain during a healthy pregnancy?
    A. 12.5 pounds
    B. 19.5 pounds
    C. 27.5 pounds
    D. 31.5 pounds

 

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  1. (p. 116-117)The settling of the fetus deeper into the pelvic cavity
    A. occurs at the end of the first trimester.
    B. is known as lightening.
    C. is known as quickening.
    D. indicates delivery within 24 hours.

 

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Topic: Pregnancy

 

  1. (p. 116-117)Braxton Hicks contractions and lightening occur during
    A. the first trimester.
    B. the second trimester.
    C. the third trimester.
    D. labor.

 

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  1. (p. 116)The greatest degree of physical stress associated with pregnancy occurs
    A. during the first trimester.
    B. during the second trimester.
    C. during the third trimester.
    D. at different times depending on the age of the mother.

 

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  1. (p. 117)Cell differentiation and subsequent fetal development are directed by
    A. genetic instructions.
    B. the in vitro process.
    C. alpha-fetoprotein codes.
    D. chorionic gonadotropin.

 

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Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

 

  1. (p. 117)The cluster of cells that implants in the uterus and lays the foundation for the development of the placenta and the eventual development of the fetus is the
    A. ovum.
    B. zygote.
    C. germ cell.
    D. blastocyst.

 

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  1. (p. 117-118)The blastocyst becomes an embryo by about _______________ days after fertilization.
    A. 2
    B. 7
    C. 14
    D. 42

 

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  1. (p. 117-118)The stage of development between implantation through about the eighth week after conception is known as a(n)
    A. zygote.
    B. embryo.
    C. fetus.
    D. neonate.

 

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  1. (p. 118)The outer shell of the cluster of cells that embeds in the uterus becomes the
    A. placenta, umbilical cord, and amniotic sac.
    B. embryo.
    C. heart, brain, and spinal cord.
    D. genitals.

 

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  1. (p. 118)Which of the following statements best describes the function of the placenta?
    A. The placenta connects the mother’s and the baby’s blood supplies.
    B. The placenta makes a two-way exchange of nutrients and waste materials between the mother and the fetus.
    C. The placenta is a barrier that protects the developing baby from all harmful substances.
    D. The placenta’s only function is to carry nutrients and oxygen to the developing baby.

 

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  1. (p. 118)The major body structures and organ systems form during
    A. the first trimester.
    B. the second trimester.
    C. the third trimester.
    D. the entire course of the pregnancy.

 

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  1. (p. 118)Which of the following statements best describes what begins to occur around the end of the second month of prenatal development?
    A. The major body structures are formed.
    B. The cells are being differentiated into specific body parts.
    C. The major body structures undergo growth and refinement.
    D. The fetus is most at risk for developing birth defects.

 

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  1. (p. 118)The earliest point in pregnancy in which a fetus is likely to be able to survive outside of the uterus is the
    A. end of the third trimester.
    B. end of the second trimester.
    C. beginning of the second trimester.
    D. middle of the third trimester.

 

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  1. (p. 119)Ultrasonography is LEAST useful in determining
    A. genetic disorders.
    B. structural abnormalities.
    C. gestational age.
    D. position of the fetus.

 

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  1. (p. 118-119)An amniocentesis
    A. cannot be performed during the second trimester.
    B. is done primarily to collect genetic information.
    C. cannot determine sex identification.
    D. carries a very high risk for complications.

 

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  1. (p. 118)Women who become pregnant over the age of 35 have an increased risk of having babies with
    A. Down syndrome.
    B. cystic fibrosis.
    C. Tay-Sachs syndrome.
    D. spina bifida.

 

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  1. (p. 118)The quadruple marker screen (QMS) is used to detect
    A. fetal anomalies.
    B. gender.
    C. gestational age.
    D. fetal position.

 

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  1. (p. 118)What does the QMS measure?
    A. fetal hormones
    B. gestational growth
    C. fetal reflexes
    D. blood gases of the fetus

 

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  1. (p. 119)What do researchers interested in fetal programming theory study?
    A. how chromosomal abnormalities may respond to better maternal diets
    B. how conditions of the womb may affect adult diseases
    C. how infectious agents can affect the chances of infertility
    D. how the conditions of childbirth may affect early childhood development

 

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  1. (p. 119)Bonnie’s pregnancy has been confirmed with a home pregnancy test. Bonnie should
    A. establish a relationship with a health care provider so that she can receive the appropriate prenatal care.
    B. be patient and retest in two weeks because of the high incidence of false positive results with home pregnancy tests.
    C. spend the next few weeks researching obstetricians so she makes the correct decision.
    D. join a medically supervised weight-loss program to make sure she does not gain too much pregnancy weight.

 

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  1. (p. 120)To decrease the risk of neural tube defects, women who are capable of becoming pregnant are urged to consume at least 400 micrograms daily of
    A. folic acid.
    B. vitamin C.
    C. calcium.
    D. iron.

 

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  1. (p. 120)Teratogen is the term that refers to any
    A. abnormality of the fetus.
    B. defect in the placenta.
    C. nutrient required for normal development.
    D. agent or influence that can cause birth defects.

 

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  1. (p. 121)Unusual facial features, a small head, and heart defects are characteristic of babies born to mothers who used
    A. high doses of caffeine during pregnancy.
    B. antidepressants during pregnancy.
    C. tobacco during pregnancy.
    D. alcohol during pregnancy.

 

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  1. (p. 121)The most common cause of life-threatening infections in newborns is
    A. human immunodeficiency virus.
    B. hepatitis B.
    C. syphilis.
    D. group B streptococcus.

 

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  1. (p. 127)A young woman has a history of herpes. She is actively shedding virus during labor. Which of the following interventions will reduce the risk of herpes infection in the baby?
    A. delivery by cesarean section
    B. treatment with acyclovir during labor
    C. application of antibiotic ointment to the baby’s eyes after delivery
    D. treatment of the lesion with an antiviral topical ointment

 

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  1. (p. 122)Pregnant women with HIV infections
    A. are not likely to transmit the virus to the fetus.
    B. can reduce the risk of transmission to the baby by taking antiviral drugs.
    C. need not be tested during pregnancy because the fetus will already be infected.
    D. will not infect the fetus if the delivery is by cesarean section.

 

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  1. (p. 122)_______________ exercises are recommended for pregnant women to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
    A. Kegel
    B. Isotonic
    C. Aerobic
    D. Kinetic

 

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  1. (p. 122)Which one of the following is the most common recommendation regarding exercise during pregnancy for a woman who was physically active before the pregnancy?
    A. Stop all exercises except for water sports like swimming.
    B. Continue a moderate exercise program.
    C. Stop exercising.
    D. Increase the intensity of exercise.

 

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  1. (p. 123)When a fertilized ovum becomes implanted at a site other than the uterus, the resulting condition is known as a(n) _______________ pregnancy.
    A. ectopic
    B. aborted
    C. gestational
    D. peritoneal

 

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Learning Objective: Understand potential complications of pregnancy.
Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

 

  1. (p. 123)Spontaneous abortions are most commonly caused by
    A. chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus.
    B. poor nutritional status of pregnant women.
    C. the use of cigarettes by pregnant women.
    D. the use of alcohol by pregnant women.

 

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Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

  1. (p. 124-125)Which of the following statements about low birth weight (LBW) is TRUE?
    A. Good prenatal care is the best strategy for preventing LBW.
    B. LBW is another term for prematurity.
    C. Among LBW babies, small-for-date babies have as many health-related problems as premature babies.
    D. LBW babies are likely to overeat as infants.

 

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  1. (p. 125)To reduce the risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), parents should
    A. put babies to sleep on fluffy bedding.
    B. put babies to sleep on their backs.
    C. keep the baby’s room warmer than the rest of the house.
    D. give the baby a plush toy to reduce nighttime stress.

 

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Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

 

  1. (p. 125)The first stage of labor is characterized by
    A. delivery of the placenta.
    B. crowning.
    C. dilation of the cervix.
    D. lightening.

 

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  1. (p. 126)The second stage of labor is characterized by
    A. slow cervical dilation.
    B. the delivery of the baby.
    C. expulsion of the plug blocking the cervix.
    D. the delivery of the placenta.

 

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  1. (p. 126-127)The third stage of labor is characterized by
    A. the most intense uterine contractions.
    B. movement of the baby’s head into the birth canal.
    C. rupture of the amniotic sac.
    D. delivery of the placenta.

 

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  1. (p. 127-128)Which of the following is NOT a benefit associated with breastfeeding?
    A. Breastfeeding contributes to postpregnancy weight loss.
    B. Breastfeeding can enhance the emotional attachment between mother and infant.
    C. Breastfeeding is a reliable form of birth control as long as breastfeeding continues.
    D. Breast milk is more suited to the nutritional needs of the infant and more easily digested when compared to formula.

 

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  1. (p. 128)Which of the following is NOT a usual characteristic of postpartum “baby blues”?
    A. sleep disturbances
    B. periods of sadness and/or weeping
    C. feelings of anxiety
    D. prolonged despondency

 

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Topic: Childbirth

  1. (p. 128)Which of the following statements about postpartum depression is TRUE?
    A. It will go away in a few days without help.
    B. It prevents the new mother from participating normally in her life.
    C. There is little that the mother’s support system can do to help.
    D. It is caused mostly by the mother’s negative attitudes.

 

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Topic: Childbirth

 

Paul and Fatima are in their late 20s and have been married for 2 years. Their sexual intimacy includes various sexual behaviors. Paul has noticed that while he has no difficulty getting an erection, he does have difficulty ejaculating when he and Fatima are having intercourse. Fatima rarely feels sexually satisfied during intercourse and often relies on self-stimulation to achieve an orgasm. Fatima doesn’t see her lack of orgasm with Paul as a problem; however, Paul does. Paul is beginning to make excuses for not having sex.

 

  1. (p. 105)Of the following possibilities, Fatima’s sexual response is most likely due to
    A. vaginismus.
    B. orgasmic dysfunction.
    C. a need for direct clitoral stimulation.
    D. guilt over the sexual behaviors she engages in.

 

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Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 104)Paul’s concern over Fatima’s lack of orgasm has led to
    A. erectile dysfunction.
    B. lack of desire.
    C. orgasmic dysfunction.
    D. autoeroticism.

 

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Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

 

  1. (p. 104-107)Which of the following would be the best initial approach to resolving the conflict in Paul and Fatima’s sexual relationship?
    A. Fatima should fake orgasm to make Paul more comfortable and boost his confidence.
    B. Paul should seek a prescription drug for his sexual dysfunction.
    C. Fatima and Paul should drink before having sex to become more relaxed about it.
    D. Fatima and Paul should establish open communication about what they want in their sexual relationship.

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity
Topic: Sexual behavior

Amy and Keith, both in their mid-twenties, have decided to have a baby. Both are in good health and are physically active, although Keith is a smoker. Amy maintains her weight at about 125 pounds. While they know that parenting is a big responsibility, they are excited about the idea of becoming parents. The one thing that they are concerned about is the history of genetic illnesses that exists in each of their families. After 6 months of not being successful in conceiving, Amy also becomes concerned that she may be infertile. She wants to see a fertility specialist.

 

  1. (p. 121)What action can Amy or Keith take to increase their chances of conceiving?
    A. Amy should douche with an alkaline solution prior to intercourse.
    B. Keith should quit smoking.
    C. Keith should seek to increase the warmth of the testicles.
    D. Amy and Keith should take vitamin E supplements.

 

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Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

 

  1. (p. 119-125)After another four months, Amy learns that she is six weeks pregnant. During her first prenatal visit, Amy can expect all of the following EXCEPT
    A. encouragement to maintain her exercise regime.
    B. instructions to avoid alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
    C. to undergo a blood test.
    D. the ability to hear the baby’s heartbeat.

 

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Topic: The importance of good prenatal care

  1. (p. 119)Because of Amy’s and Keith’s concerns about genetic illnesses, they should make plans to have
    A. a sonogram at about 16 weeks’ gestation.
    B. a quadruple marker screening prior to 12 weeks’ gestation.
    C. chorionic villi sampling at about 10 weeks’ gestation.
    D. an amniocentesis at about 10 weeks’ gestation.

 

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Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

  1. (p. 116)Amy is at the end of her ninth month of pregnancy. The fetus has settled head down into Amy’s pelvic bones, and she has experienced Braxton Hicks contractions. What will indicate the start of the birth process?
    A. The amniotic sac will rupture.
    B. The baby’s head will move into the birth canal.
    C. Amy’s cervix will be fully dilated.
    D. Amy will feel strong, rhythmic uterine contractions.

 

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Topic: Childbirth

 

True / False Questions
 

  1. (p. 93)Biological sex is a component of sexuality.
    TRUE

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 94)The purpose of the clitoris is to produce germ cells.
    FALSE

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 94)In women, the urethra is located behind the vagina.
    FALSE

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 98)In men, urine often mixes with semen before exiting the urethra.
    FALSE

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 97)A common explanation for female genital cutting is to control a woman’s sexuality.
    TRUE

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

 

  1. (p. 95-96)Preejaculatory fluid may contain sperm.
    TRUE

 

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Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

  1. (p. 97)Ovaries produce testosterone.
    TRUE

 

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Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 98)Klinefelter syndrome occurs when women have only a single complete X chromosome.
    FALSE

 

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Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 99)Gonads become ovaries when testosterone is present.
    FALSE

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

 

  1. (p. 98)FSH triggers ovulation.
    FALSE

 

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Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 100)Calcium is the only supplement proven to provide relief from PMS and PMDD symptoms.
    TRUE

 

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Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 100)The reproductive system of girls matures later in life than the reproductive system of boys.
    FALSE

 

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Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 101)Male aging syndrome takes place more gradually than menopause.
    TRUE

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

 

  1. (p. 101)As men grow older, the intensity of sexual response increases.
    FALSE

 

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Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 103)In the resolution phase, the changes initiated during the excitement phase are reversed.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 105)Sexual dysfunction usually occurs in the mind.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 103)Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection of the prostate and vas deferens.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

 

  1. (p. 104)Epididymitis is usually caused by infection from sexually transmitted diseases.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 105)A minority of erectile problems are linked to other health conditions.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 106-107)Transgender individuals are defined as having a biological sex that is different from their gender.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the range of gender roles and sexual orientations.
Topic: Gender roles and sexual orientation

  1. (p. 106-107)Intersex refers to people who alternate between wanting to be female and wanting to be male.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe the structure and function of human sexual anatomy.
Topic: Sexual anatomy

 

  1. (p. 108-109)Media images of sexuality have little influence on shaping the sexual attitudes and behaviors of adolescents and college students.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 98)Biological and social maturity are often reached at the same time.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 107)Most adolescents who engage in same-sex sexual behavior will, as adults, identify themselves as homosexuals.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 108)Most people are actually bisexual.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the range of gender roles and sexual orientations.
Topic: Gender roles and sexual orientation

 

  1. (p. 108)Individuals can be celibate even while engaging in oral sex.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 111)Few prostitutes report being sexually abused as children.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 113)A human ovum and sperm each contains 23 single chromosomes.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 113)The most common cause of infertility in women is endometriosis.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 113-114)The risk for infertility in women increases with age.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

 

  1. (p. 114)Fertility drugs can help a woman ovulate.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 114)Freezing embryos is common in assisted reproduction technology because multiple eggs are usually harvested and fertilized during IVF.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 114-115)A gestational carrier is a fertile woman who agrees to carry a fetus for an infertile couple.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 115)The duration of pregnancy and “due date” are calculated from the time of fertilization because that date can be accurately determined.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe the physical and emotional changes related to pregnancy.
Topic: Pregnancy

 

  1. (p. 117)A woman who planned her pregnancy is unlikely to experience feelings of being unattractive.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe the physical and emotional changes related to pregnancy.
Topic: Pregnancy

  1. (p. 118)The chorionic villi form the umbilical cord.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

  1. (p. 119)A sonogram may detect the presence of a structural abnormality.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

  1. (p. 118-119)Amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling are used to detect chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

 

  1. (p. 118-119)An advantage of amniocentesis, when compared to chorionic villus sampling, is that it can be performed in the first trimester, which allows for earlier intervention if a defect is detected.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development

  1. (p. 120)Food safety is of special concern to pregnant women because foodborne pathogens can be passed to the fetus.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 119)Regular prenatal care is unnecessary for a healthy woman who is having an uncomplicated pregnancy.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 120)The presence of some sexually transmitted infections can be detected through routine prenatal tests.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

 

  1. (p. 120)Rubella exposure during the first trimester has no ill effects on the fetus.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 121)Getting drunk just one time during pregnancy is enough to cause a problem in the infant’s health.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 121)A fetus will not be affected by alcohol unless the woman drinks excessively during the first trimester.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 121-122)A mother is capable of passing the HIV virus to a newborn through breastfeeding.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

 

  1. (p. 123-124)Signs of preeclampsia include elevated blood pressure and swelling.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 123-124)Preeclampsia can cause liver and kidney damage to the pregnant mother and be life-threatening to the fetus.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

  1. (p. 124)A low-birth-weight baby is one that weighs less than 5.5 pounds.
    TRUE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Understand potential complications of pregnancy.
Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

  1. (p. 124)A premature infant is one that is born before the 40th week of gestation.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Understand potential complications of pregnancy.
Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

 

  1. (p. 124)The United States has one of the lowest infant mortality rates among developed countries.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Understand potential complications of pregnancy.
Topic: Complications of pregnancy and pregnancy loss

  1. (p. 127)The Apgar score includes evaluation of the newborn’s color, heart rate, muscle tone, respiration, and reflexes.
    FALSE

 

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe the choices and processes related to childbirth.
Topic: Childbirth

 

Essay Questions

  1. (p. 96)You and your partner have just given birth to a baby boy. Do you circumcise your son? Why or why not? Briefly describe the arguments both for and against the practice of male circumcision.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Analyze
Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

  1. (p. 99-100)Describe and explain the differences among premenstrual tension, premenstrual syndrome, and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. List at least five coping strategies.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Analyze
Learning Objective: Explain the reproductive life cycle and the role hormones play in it.
Topic: Hormones and the reproductive life cycle

 

  1. (p. 103)Name and describe the four phases of the human sexual response cycle.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 102-106)Identify and describe a common male sexual health problem or dysfunction and a common female sexual health problem or dysfunction. For each, describe possible causes and treatments.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Describe how the sex organs function during sexual activity.
Topic: How sex organs function during sexual activity

  1. (p. 111)Describe some of the benefits and potential problems with the wide availability of sexually-oriented websites and cybersex.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the varieties of sexual behavior.
Topic: Sexual behavior

  1. (p. 107)There are many theories about the development of sexual orientation. Outline some of the biological, cultural, and psychological factors that psychologists believe may influence an adult’s sexual orientation.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Evaluate
Learning Objective: Explain the range of gender roles and sexual orientations.
Topic: Gender roles and sexual orientation

 

  1. (p. 113-114)Describe the process of fertilization and early development, from the release of an egg from an ovary to the implantation of an embryo in the uterus.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Learning Objective: Identify the stages of fetal development.
Topic: Fetal development
Topic: Understanding fertility and infertility

  1. (p. 113)Identify two causes of female infertility and two causes of male infertility. Then list and describe three techniques that can be used to treat infertility.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Understand
Learning Objective: Explain the principles of fertility and infertility.
Topic: Understanding fertility

  1. (p. 114-116)Describe at least three of the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe the physical and emotional changes related to pregnancy.
Topic: Pregnancy

  1. (p. 119-123)Choose two factors in prenatal care (for example, diet, exercise, or alcohol use), and describe how they can affect the health of the mother and developing fetus. Explain the associated medical tests or lifestyle behaviors that are recommended to help support a healthy pregnancy.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Analyze
Learning Objective: Explain the importance of good prenatal care.
Topic: The importance of prenatal care

 

  1. (p. 125-130)Identify and describe the stages of labor, including key events that occur in each stage.

Answers will vary.

 

Blooms: Remember
Learning Objective: Describe the choices and processes related to childbirth.
Topic: Childbirth

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