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Chapter 10: Sexuality & Gender (Active Learning Activity = 15 points) Part 4—Synthesizing and Evaluating Concepts (3 points):

Chapter 10: Sexuality & Gender (Active Learning Activity = 15 points)

Part 4—Synthesizing and Evaluating Concepts (3 points):
Using your knowledge from the textbook and/or lecture notes, answer each question by typing your response in the space provided below. For each question, your answer should be one or more healthy paragraphs (Your total answer should be at least 100 words or more).

1. What is the difference between a person’s gender, gender identity, gender roles, and gender typing? How do biology, environment, and culture play a factor in this development?
2. What is androgyny? Is our society becoming more or less androgynous? What are the potential advantages and disadvantages of androgyny?
3. Compare and contrast the symptoms of at least one viral and one bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STIs). In addition to the symptoms, what is the major difference between viral and bacterial STIs?
Chapter 11: Stress & Health (Active Learning Activity = 15 points)

Part 4—Synthesizing and Evaluating Concepts (5 points):
Using your knowledge from the textbook and/or lecture notes, answer each question by typing your response in the space provided below. For each question, your answer should be one or more healthy paragraphs (Your total answer should be at least 100 words or more).

1. Describe the stages of the general adaptation syndrome. What problems occur with continued exposure to stress?

 

2. List and explain the three qualities that make up a hardy personality.

 

3. Janel is stuck in a major traffic jam, and has gone nowhere in over 45 minutes. Based on what you know about the psychological factors that contribute to stress (e.g., pressure, frustration, etc.), discuss the factors that are contributing to her rising stress levels and note how she might respond to the stress if the traffic doesn’t clear up soon.

 

4. Compare and contrast problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping. Is one necessarily better than the other? Can you give an example where either might be useful, stating the specific way in which each coping skill might be employed?

 

5. Differentiate between the primary and secondary appraisals given in a stressful situation. Give an example of a stressful situation that you have encountered and describe your processes of using primary and secondary appraisals.

 

Chapter 12: Social Psychology (Active Learning Activity = 15 points)

Part 4—Synthesizing and Evaluating Concepts (5 points):

Using your knowledge from the textbook and/or lecture notes, answer each question by typing your response in the space provided below. For each question, your answer should be one or more healthy paragraphs (Your total answer should be at least 100 words or more).

1. The obedience study conducted by Stanley Milgram has become world famous. More than 1,000 people at several American universities went through replications of the study. In addition, researchers in other countries, such as Spain and the Netherlands, have used Milgram’s procedures. Explain the procedures that Milgram used in his study and then discuss his results. What conclusions did Milgram reach? How have critics reacted to his research?

 

2. How do advertisers use the principles of persuasion discussed in your chapter?

 

3. Discuss what happened in the Stanford Prison Study, including what they did, the purpose of the study, and what they found. What were some of the ethical issues involved with this study?

 

4. Explain the difference between stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination.

 

5. Compare and contrast four ways to gain compliance and provide examples of each technique.

 

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