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What is a Schema?
pocket of information we shape and gather from the age of 2
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What theory does the case of David Reimer support?
Biological theory
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What is one biological cause of gender dysphoria?
Brain sex theory
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What is one psychological cause of gender dysphoria?
Attachment theory
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What does Margaret Mead's findings on tribe support?
Gender is flexible and socially learned
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Why is the Evolutionary theory socially sensitive?
It reinforces stereotypes
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What is the issue with using case studies?
Theyre unique cases that cannot be generalised
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According to the Schema theory, what happens at adolesence?
They become androgenous (masculine and feminine)
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What theory does the study by Slaby and Frey support?
Kohlberg
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What does non-falsifiable mean?
It CANNOT be proven or disproven
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Which theory involves aspect such as; Observe, Imitate and Reinforcement?
Social Learning theory
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What does the study by Smith and Lloyd demonstrate?
That parents treat their children differently based on their sex
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According to evolution, why have men evolved to be the dominant sex?
To attract mates
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