Women PSYC

Jenny Martinez
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Jenny Martinez
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Question 1

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Part of a theory that proposes that girls grow up to compete against their mothers for the affection of their father.
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  • Psychoanalytic theory
  • Feminist theory
  • Sociobiological theory
  • Gender schema theory

Question 2

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The sociobiological theory and psychoanalytic theory are both androcentric, overly focused on biology, and assume heterosexuality.
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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The phenomenon where a marginalized group performs poorly after hearing about a negative stereotype.
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  • Just-world phenomenon
  • Stereotype Threat
  • Confirmation bia
  • Gender threat

Question 4

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What are the four i's of oppression?
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  • Individual
  • Intersectional
  • Implicit
  • Institutional
  • Internalized
  • Ideological
  • Interpersonal

Question 5

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As a woman is walking down the street, she hears a sexual remark. What type of oppression is this?
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  • Institutional
  • Ideological
  • Individual
  • Internalized

Question 6

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What type of feminism focuses on spirituality and faith?
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  • Mujerista
  • Womanist Identity
  • Radical feminism
  • Intersectional feminism

Question 7

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When women only make 2/3 of what men make. What type of oppression is this?
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  • Ideological
  • Institutional
  • Individual
  • Internalized

Question 8

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Becky remarks "I just don't get along with girls. They are far too dramatic." Her remark is an example of what type of oppression?
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  • Indivual
  • Ideological
  • Internalized
  • Institutional

Question 9

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The idea that women are innate caregivers who are unfit for any career roles shows what oppression?
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  • Individual
  • Ideological
  • Institutional
  • Internalized

Question 10

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What are the components of privilege?
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  • Access to housing
  • The right to vote
  • Education
  • High Paying jobs
  • Living wage

Question 11

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What is deprivation?
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  • Having the removal of physiological needs
  • Removal of desirable conditions (poor working conditions)
  • Being deprived of a high salary
  • Losing access to housing

Question 12

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Heather just started going through puberty. As the first girl in her 6th grade class to go through puberty, she experienced stares from her male classmates. Over time, she will experience
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  • Low self-esteem
  • Body surveillence
  • Flattery
  • Appearance control

Question 13

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Being transgender is a mental illness
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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What are traditional heterosexual scripts?
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  • Human sexual activity that is biologically innate
  • Behavior that is learned through socialization
  • How people who identify as straight should act
  • How people have deviated from norms about heterosexuality

Question 15

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Where do adolescents MOSTLY learn about ideas about gender roles?
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  • Parents
  • Teachers
  • Peers
  • Media

Question 16

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What natural female processes are medicalized?
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  • Periods
  • Childbirth
  • Menopause
  • All of the above

Question 17

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What are some telling signs that a child desires to be known as a gender identity that is different from their assigned sex?
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  • Consistent, persistent, and insistent desire
  • Exposure to something in their environment
  • The child is probably just going through a phase
  • When they express attraction to someone of the same sex

Question 18

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Is it possible for bisexual women to stop being bisexual over time.
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  • Yes
  • No

Question 19

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Women and men are similar to each other on most but not all psychological variables
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  • Gender Similarities Hypothesis
  • Whorfian hypothesis
  • Sociobiology theory
  • Social learning theory

Question 20

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Theory that the language we learn influences how we think, using sexist language shapes our thoughts about women and men, both processes occur
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  • Whorfian hypothesis
  • Wudgmaker study
  • Gender similarites hypothesis

Question 21

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What did Watson's study conclude about the trauma symptoms of woc?
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  • WOC experienced higher symptoms of trauma when exposed to racism
  • WOC experienced higher symptoms of trauma when exposed to sexism
  • WOC experienced higher symptoms of trauma when exposed to sexual objectification
  • WOC experienced higher symptoms of trauma when exposed to a lack of a strong ethnic identity
  • Both B and C (sexism and sexual objectification)

Question 22

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What are some reasons that women do not adopt the label of "feminist"?
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  • They don't want to be perceived as the negative stereotypes of being "manly, angry, or hairy"
  • They do not support the social, economic, and political equality for women.
  • WOC and LGBT women do not feel that their experiences are included among white cisgender heterosexual women
  • They do not want to be seen as victims
  • They do not hate men

Question 23

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In Oreinstein's reading : toys (Barbies, Bratz) and media (disney princess movies) may steer little girls more into traditional gender roles and a greater value on appearance.
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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What did Rydell's study on stereotype threat conclude?
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  • Women who were given high power succeeded but women given low power failed
  • Women who were given low power succeeded but women given low power failed

Question 25

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"Women want rich guys who will help them be mothers.” Mike’s statement is most consistent with which theory
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  • Psychoanalytic theory
  • Social learning theory
  • Sociobiological theory
  • Feminist theory

Question 26

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What are some ways that oppression is perpetuated?
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  • Force: Imposing others label.
  • Deprivation: Removal of desirable conditions.
  • Covert: Institutions.
  • All of the above

Question 27

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What are the cognitive components of the social learning theory?
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  • Attention
  • Self-regulation
  • Priming
  • Observed earning
  • Self-efficacy
  • Imitation
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