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Psychology
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PSYB32H3
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Chandan Narayan

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ch13Student 1The process by which children learn the values motives and behaviours viewed as appropriate to their gender in a specific culture isAgender identificationBgender reversalCgender typingDsexual appropriation2Which one of the following factors does NOT interact to shape the development of gender roles and gender differences in behaviourAbiologicalBcognitiveCreligiousDsocial3Gender refers toAa set of expectations about how a person should act as a male or femaleBthe biological dimension of being male or femaleCthe social and psychological dimensions of being male or femaleDany of these4 refers to biological femaleness or malenessAPhenotypeBSexCGenderDAndrogyny5Gender role standards have been shown to shape behavioural differences in boys and girls beginning inAinfancyBpreschoolCelementary schoolDmiddle school6Lucy and Ricky brought their newborn boy home from the hospital in a blue outfit wrapped in a football print blanket The nursery is decorated with baseball and football mobiles Without even realizing it Lucy and Ricky areAcreating a gender free environmentBgender typing the babyCencouraging androgynyDdisplaying concern about their childs masculinity7Marianna always dresses her baby Shawna in beautiful pink dresses from the best baby shops in town Further she has stuffed Shawnas room with every doll and Barbie imaginable Marianna isAspoiling her daughterBencouraging androgynyCcreating a gender free environmentDgender role typing her child8Beliefs held by members of a culture about the behaviours and attitudes appropriate for males and females areAsocial doctrineBgender rolesCgender stereotypesDcustomary taboos9Which represents a gender stereotypeAMost math majors at Mount St Vincent University are femaleBWomen tend to be slightly shorter than menCMales are more achievement oriented than femalesDOn average in North America male workers earn more than female workers10Composites of the distinctive behaviours typically exhibited by males or females in a culture areAgender assignmentsBgender phenotypesCgender rolesDgender variables11Fouryearold Saul tells his mother You cant mow the lawn because youre a girl Saul is displaying aAgender beliefBgender biasCchauvinist beliefDgender stereotype12Peter likes to play with trucks while his sister would rather play with her tea set Their behaviour is an example ofAgender constancyBgender role preferencesCcrosssexed typingDgender relations13Which role is stereotypically oriented toward controlling and manipulating the environmentAmale roleBfemale roleCadult roleDdomineering role14Which role is stereotypically passive loving and supporting in social relationshipAmale roleBfemale roleCfather roleDmother role15Behaviours typically exhibited by males or females in a culture areAgender assignmentsBgender phenotypesCgender rolesDgender stereotypes16The expression of warmth and the suppression of overt aggression and sexuality are regarded as more appropriate forthan for Amen womenBwomen menCchildren adolescentsDteachers pupils17Crosscultural studies suggest thatAWestern cultures have more gender stereotypes than Eastern culturesBmore industrialized cultures have fewer gender stereotypes than developing culturesCthe concept of gender stereotypes is mainly an AngloSaxon phenomenonDsimilar patterns of gender stereotypes exist across most cultures18Which ethnic group within the United States adheres to a clearly differentiated gender role socialization process for its childrenAWhite American familiesBAfrican American familiesCMexican American familiesDNative American families19Who is most likely to perceive the feminine role as involving greater independence and achievement strivingAyoung educated menBsingle earner fathersCchildren whose mothers are not employed outside the homeDfemale students and university educated women between the ages of 18 and 3520Jack and Annies mother and father are both university professors Which view on housekeeping and childcare tasks would these two children most likely holdAA womans place is in the homeBMothers should take care of children and fathers should earn the moneyCBoth mothers and fathers can take care of childrenDHousekeeping is a womans job21Anne and Frances both have moms that remain in the home to care for the children and keep house Their dads work for the city in labourer positions Which view on housekeeping and childcare tasks would these two children least likely holdAA womans place is in the homeBMothers should take care of children and fathers should earn the moneyCBoth mothers and fathers can take care of childrenDHousekeeping is a womans job22Who is most likely to respond negatively to feminine behaviours in boysAmothersBfathersCteachersDsiblings23Currently when viewing aggression and interpersonal sensitivity most North Americans adhere toAstereotypical views ie males are seen as aggressive and females are seen as displaying more interpersonal sensitivityBnonstereotypical views and are willing to acknowledge that both are independent of genderCnonstereotypical views and report that females are now more aggressive and males are more interpersonally sensitiveDmore extreme stereotypical views than have been previously seen in our culture as a result of newfound family values24Joanne is the only girl in her group of friends that has a university education She perceives the feminine roles as involvingAdependent conditions and a lack of achievement goalsBindependence and a lack of achievement goalsCindependence and a desire for achievementDdependence and a desire for achievement
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