quiz chapter 2 - Darwin observed finches(birds on the...

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Darwin observed finches (birds) on the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Peru during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. He documented that the beaks of the birds showed: highly similar shapes. variation in shape. variation in coloration. incomplete development. Score: 1 of 1 2. According to evolutionary theory, such things as fear of snakes and our emotional jealousy may be influenced by: our genes. problems faced by our
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ancestors. evolved psychological mechanisms. all of these. Score: 1 of 1 3. The result of the interaction of genes with the environment is called: transformation. the phenotype. interactionalism. developmental homeostasis.
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Score: 0 of 1 4. Drugs of abuse such as alcohol and heroin often show tolerance, where in which the habitual user of the drug needs more of it to produce the psychological effect than when the drug was first taken. A reason for this is the phenomenon of: homeostasis. adaptive synthesis. sensory overload. genetic absorbing. Score: 0 of 1 5. Both Saul Schanberg and Tiffany Field came to the same conclusion even though Schanberg’s research used rodents and Field’s used prematurely born human infants. They found that _________ was essential for growth and brain development.
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