0400JournalAssignment - Module 4 Journal For each term...

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Module 4 Journal For each term, provide the definition from your e-text or lessons in the course and then how you will remember it. You can use examples, or put the definition in your own words. For each person, tell what they are most known for and then how you will remember them. You should also include their school of thought or the perspective they are known most for. For example, Sigmund Freud would be from the Psychoanalysis school of thought. Term Definition or Description How will you remember? (examples from your life or books, articles, tv, etc.. or you can put the definition in your own words) 1. Human development the scientific study of the changes that occur in people as they age from conception to death how we grow and change from when we are born to when we die 2. Longitudinal design research method where an individual is studied for a period of time research method where an individual is studied for a period of time 3. Cross-sectional design research method where different individuals of different age groups are studied at one particular point in time used to assess demographic characteristics or community attitudes. 4. Cross-sequential design individuals are first studied at a point in time, then later studied for a period of time same study at two points in time 5. Nature Influence of our inherited traits on our personality, physical growth, intellectual growth, and social interactions natural 6. Nurture influence of enviroment on our personality, physical growth, intellectual growth, and social interactions humans 7. Genetics science of inherited traits what i look like depends on my parents. 8. DNA a persons "genetic makeup" my dad looks like his mom and I look like my dad 9. Gene unit consisting of a DNA sequence I'm white and short, like my parents. 10. Chromosomes strands of DNA that contains heredity info strands of DNA that contains heredity info 11. Dominant gene that actively controls expression of a trait my right side is strong than my left 12. Recessive gene that only influences that expression of a trait when paired with identical gene my right side is strong than my left 13. Conception moment when female becomes I hope this never happens to me
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pregnant my mother conceived at the age of 35 14. Ovum female sex cell; ovum are large and passive 15. Fertilization union of ovum and sperm union of ovum and sperm 16. Zygote fertilized egg cell
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