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CH 3 intro bb - Natural Selection Adaptive Behaviors...

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CH3: NATURE, NURTURE, AND HUMAN DIVERSITY
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Genes Chromosomes DNA How genes affect behavior Proteins Polygenic influence Genotype Phenotype
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Behavior Genetics Heritability Selective Breeding Human Studies Family studies, confounding variables Twin studies Identical and fraternal twins Confounding variables Adoption Studies Adopted twins Confounding variables
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Interpreting Behavior Genetics Findings Group Differences Heredity and Environment Interact Environmental influences on human behavior
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Gene-Environment Interactions Environment acts on genes Affects if genes are expressed Affects how genes are expressed Genes act on environment Passive genotype-environment correlations Evocative genotype-environment correlations Active genotype-environment correlations
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Evolutionary Psychology
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Unformatted text preview: Natural Selection Adaptive Behaviors Depends on environment Gender Mating strategies Short-term vs long-term Evidence Mating preferences Evaluating Evolutionary Psychology BIOLOGY DOES NOT DICTATE BEHAVIOR Parents, Peers, Culture Parents and early experience Enrichment and the brain Siblings Peers Culture Norms Individualist and Collectivist Cultures The Nature and Nurture of Gender Sex chromosomes Hormones Physiological differences Sexual attitudes Aggression Cognition Gender and social power Gender and connectedness Gender roles Social role theory Social learning theory Gender schema theory Culture and sexual values Biopsychosocial Model...
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