Chapter3PracticeQuiz

Chapter3PracticeQuiz - 1. A) B) C) D) E) Human genetic...

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1. Human genetic diversity consists of the variations in the sequence of our: A) nucleotides. B) synapses. C) memes. D) gender schemas. E) hormones. 2. Which of the following is a major source of genetic diversity? A) cloning B) gender-typing C) mutations D) memes 3. Evolutionary psychologists would be least likely to predict that: A) a man would be distressed by the sexual infidelity of his wife. B) a woman would engage in casual sex with many male partners. C) a woman would prefer to marry a man who is wealthier than herself. D) a man would prefer to marry a woman who is better looking than himself. 4. Although identical twins have been shown to have some amazing psychological similarities, one should be cautious about attributing these similarities to genetic factors because: A) the twins may have been raised in completely different environments. B) genetic factors influence physical, not psychological, characteristics. C) any two strangers are likely to share a string of coincidental similarities. D) many fraternal twins have been shown to be psychologically different from each other. 5. Those who suggest that our choices today shape tomorrow's possibilities are emphasizing the importance of: A) behavior genetics. B) human responsibility. C) personal space. D) memes. 6. A human sperm cell contains: A) 23 chromosomes. B) 23 genes. C) 46 chromosomes. D) 46 genes. Page 1
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7. An infant's temperament refers most directly to its: A) ability to learn. B) physical attractiveness.
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