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Marriage and Family Student Test Questions ch 5-8
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Chapter 5
1.  Love is maintained through
a.  mutual dependecy         c.  rapport
b.  self-revelation                 d.  fulfillment of the need of intimacy
e.  all the above
2.  Love includes
a.  affection and anger               c.  stability and change
b.  excitement and boredom     d.  all the above
3.  Commitment is
a.  putting another's needs before your own
b.  a determination to continue
c.  passionate love
d.  boundary marker
4.  Friendship is the _______ for love and commitment.
a.  reason                    c.  obligation
b.  reflection                d.  foundation
5.  Love is both
a.  feeling and activity            c.  activity and romance
b.  feeling and romance        d.  all the above
6.  __________ created the theory of love.
a.  Ira Reiss                             c.  Ira Thomas
b.  Timothy Love                    d.  George White
7.  The _______ component refers to the elements of romance, attraction, and sexuality in your relationship.
a.  decision/commitment       c.  intimacy
b.  passion                                d.  all the above
8.  Unrequited love is
a.  love that is not returned
b.  love that is reciprocated
c.  desire to be in love
d.  love that is jealous
Chapter 6
1.  Which is a style of miscommunication?
a.  distractors                                  c.  computers
b.  blamers                                       d.  a and b
e.  all the above
7.  Which one of these signals intimacy?
a.  eye contact                      c.  proximity
b.  touch                                 d.  emotions
8.  Our emotions are expressed
a.  through our bodies
b.  by showing them
c.  touch
d.  eye contact
9.  ________ is one of our primary means of communication.
a.  intimacy                               c.  touch
b.  emotional closeness        d.  immediancy
10.  _______ is the belief in the reliability and integrity of a person.
a.  trust                             c.  relationship
b.  love                              d.  love 
11.  _______ is the ability or potential ability to influence another person or group.
a.  conflict                            c.  power
b.  intimacy                          d.  love
12.  The most important form of noverbal communication is
a.  proximity                        c.  touch
b.  eye contact                    d.  a and c
e.  all the above
Chapter 7
1.  The tendency to choose a mate whose personal or group characteritics differ from our own is
a.  homogamy                                c.  hypergamy
b.  heterogamy                              d.  hypogamy
2.  Endogamy refers to
a.  marriage within a particular group
b.  marriage outside a particular group
c.  tendency to choose a mate who personal or group characteristics are similar to ours
d.  none of the above
3.  ________ is marriage between those with similar social or personal characteristics.
a.  homogamy                 c.  homeostasis
b.  homophobia              d.  homoeroticism
4.  Regretful singles
a.  prefer not to marry and have accepted their "fate"
b.  prefer to marry but are resigned to their "lonliness"
c.  regard themselves as permanently single
d.  prefer to marry but are resigned to their "fate"
5.  Gender roles play a part in our relationships
a.  by guiding our exchanges
b.  by allowing independent women to choose not to settle
c.  by playing out traditional  roles such as childbearing, economics, protection
d.  all the above
6.  People who don't gravitate to the most attractive person in the room but to one who is about equal in attractiveness as themselves is called
a.  trade off                             c.  balance of cost and benefits
b.  propinquity                       d.  none of the above
e.  all the above
7.  The marriage gradient refers to
a.  the tendency for women to marry men of lower status
b.  the tendency for women to marry men of higher status
c.  the tendency for men to marry women with more money
d.  the tendency for women in certain groups to have difficulty finding an appropriate partner due to the lack of available men
Ch 8.
1.  Extramarital sex
a.  occurs between unmarried adults
b.  takes place outside of marriage
c.  occurs beween never married adults under the age of 30
d.  inviting a third person to join the married couple
2.  As gender roles change
a.  so do sexual scripts
b.  sexual scripts remain the same
c.  divorce rates increase
d.  all the above
3.  In contemporary America, people are generally classified as
a.  bixexual                      c.  heterosexual
b.  homosexual              d.  asexual
4.  By the end of adolescence virtually __________ of females have masturbated to orgasm.
a.  one-third                      c.  two thirds                  e.  none
b.  one-half                        d.  all
5.  _________ is manual or mechanical stimulation of the genitals by oneself or one's partner.
a.   marriage squeeze                 c. masturbation
b.  coitus                                        d.  all the above
6.  A sexual script is a set of ___________ on how one  is to behave sexually.
a.  expectations                   c.  experiences             e.  all the above
b.  rules                                 d.  both a and b
7.  Pleasuring
a.  is touching of the genitals
b.  is non touching of the genitals and caressing
c.  leads to orgasm
d.  sex
8.  Which of the following is a common STD?
a.  gonorrhea                    c.  AIDS                        e.  all the above
b.  Chlamydia                    d.  a and c
9.  Children learn about sexuality from
a.  parents                         c.  religion
b.  peers                             d.  all the above
10.  Different individuals report different conditions for good sex.  Which condition do men and women need so that they feel emotionaly safe with their partner?
a.  sexual compatibility             c.  arousal
b.  trust                                         d.  physical and mental alertness
11.  Several tasks challenge young adults as they develop their sexuality.  Which task in young adulthood is characterized by increasing sexual experience?
a.  forging intimacy and commitment
b.  developing a sexual philosophy
c.  integrating love and sex
d.  making fertility and child bearing decisions