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Exam 4 Psych
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is assigned at birth. The method used is looking at the baby's genitals
is a social construction. It is our felt sense of being a man, woman, or another identity
Is gender and gender role highly variable individually, culturally, and developmentally?
is how a person presents themselves outwardly with regard to gender
Does gender expression have a special relationship to gender identity?
our sense of being male or female
Identification with a gender that does not match one's biological gender.
A person who identifies self as without gender
Dr. Parent's Precarious Manhood - Threaten someones manhood
Response - Reassertion of their manhood
Dr. Parent's Precarious Manhood - Characteristic of an individual who is macho
Will say that they think sexist and homophobic jokes are funnier and have negative attitudes towards immigrants and minorities.
Dr. Parent's Precarious Manhood - Pain Machine
Tests pain threshold
DSM-5: Gender Dysphoria
Marked incongruence between one's assigned gender and birth and one's experienced or expressed gender
SCTK: Counting meditation
Purpose is to relax and focus
an enduring sexual attraction toward members of either one's own sex (homosexual orientation) or the other sex (heterosexual orientation)
Truth about sexual orientation
It's a continuum
assumption, often unconscious, that heterosexuality is the universal norm by which everyone's experience can be understood
permission to do something
Ability to Consent
knowlege of risks (informed), old enough, not intoxicated, ill, or otherwise impaired judgement
sexual response cycle
Appetitive, arousal, orgasm, resolution(refractory period
"normal" sexual behavior
very difficult to define amd varies from a wide array of practices. It is "Vanilla" geared toward heterocentrism
sexual urges or fantasy for objects; non consenting persons, or painful & humiliation that interfere with the individuals social functioning or endangering others
Altered States of Consciousness
Deliberately changing our state of consciousness may be a universal human drive
DSM 5 Eating Disorders
anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder
an eating disorder in which an irrational fear of weight gain leads people to starve themselves
an eating disorder characterized by episodes of overeating, usually of high-calorie foods, followed by vomiting, laxative use, fasting, or excessive exercise
binge eating disorder
significant binge-eating episodes, followed by distress, disgust, or guilt, but without the compensatory purging, fasting, or excessive exercise that marks bulimia nervosa
body dysmorphic disorder
involves excessive preoccupation with an imagined defect in physical appearance
inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity
undesirable behavior is not reinforced, while desirable behavior is reinforced
is an aspect of personal identity influenced by both biology and environment in complex interplay.
Gender norms in our society today
remain stereotypical and toxic to all genders.
"Transgender" is the term
currently widely accepted to describe the gender of individuals whose authentically felt gender does not align with their assigned birth gender.
The paraphilias of greatest concern to clinicians are those in the category of
The term "sexual orientation" typically refers to
which gender(s) you find sexually attractive
In the TED Talk "Sex Needs a New Metaphor," the speaker proposes that ___________ replace ____________ as our primary metaphor for sex.
is primarily a depressant in terms of its effects on the central nervous system
varies in its level of addictiveness depending on the social context of the user
is a strong opiate similar to many drugs used in hospital settings for pain control
Which of the following pairs of eating disorders can be diagnosed comorbidly (you can have both at the same time)?
anorexia nervosa and pica
is the deadliest eating disorder
have multiple sociodemographic risk factors
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
often entails low motivation for low-interest tasks
Love and appreciate yourself, and recognize the good things you do! When you work toward a goal, _______________________!!
reward yourself along the way with encouraging self-talk and whatever tangible reinforcers you need to stay on track and feeling good
plays a crucial role in top-quality integrated health care
General outpatient pediatrics
is a complex, critically important, under-appreciated area of medicine
A career in a medical setting
provides countless opportunities for meaningful contribution and personal growth
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