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  1. Exam 3 Feedback

  2. Exam 3 (N = 192) • 60 points possible • Mean = 50.99 (85%) • SD = 5.45 • High score = 60 (2) • Low score = 30 (1)

  3. Exam 3 (N = 192) GradeScoref% of class A 54-60 77 40% B 48-53 62 32% C 42-47 41 21% D 36-41 11 6% F < 36 1 .01% 72% of class got A or B!

  4. Exam 3 (N = 192) • NICE JOB EVERYONE!

  5. Exam 3 (N = 192) • Tossed 5 Qs

  6. Exam 3 (N = 192) • The Coolidge effect causes sexual refractory periods in males to be • a. longer • *b. shorter • c. stronger • d. more periodic

  7. Exam 3 (N = 192) • The insight article by Rosenbluth suggests that • a. sexual orientation is influenced by genes • b. men may at times chose their sexual orientation • *c. women may at times chose their sexual orientation • d. sexual orientation is a myth

  8. Exam 3 (N = 192) • The existing science reveals that homosexuals are _____ than heterosexuals to molest children • a. more likely • b. less likely • *c. not more likely • d. so little work has been done on this topic it is impossible to know • Many chose b which is ~ correct also

  9. Exam 3 (N = 192) • In Kinsey’s classification homosexuality and heterosexuality are ______, while in Storms’ classification they are • a. unrelated, positively related • b. positively related, negatively related • *c. reciprocally related, unrelated • d. recursively related, negatively related

  10. Exam 3 (N = 192) • Storm’s view of sexual orientation is that it contains ___ dimension(s) • a. 1 • *b. 2 • c. 3 • d. 4 • Many were confused about dimensions v. types

  11. Exam 3 (N = 192) • Qs that stumped people

  12. Exam 3 (N = 192) • According to the appraisal model romantic love involves • a. physiological arousal coupled with sexual intercourse • b. physiological arousal without sexual intercourse • *c. physiological arousal and cognitive interpretation of the arousal • d. idealized cognitive interpretation of a loved object • Straight from the text...

  13. Exam 3 (N = 192) • Our natural interest in sex is _______ by receiving external rewards for it • a. not impacted • b. enhanced • *c. reduced • d. sometimes enhanced but only among women • Straight from the text...

  14. Exam 3 (N = 192) • The fraternal birth order effect reveals that • a. the chance of being a gay man decreases with each younger brother • b. the chance of being a gay man decreases with each older brother • c. the chance of being a gay man increases with each younger brother • *d. the chance of being a gay man increases with each older brother • Older brother key