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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/1/11 F258 Lecture Individuals in Families
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2/1/11 What are some of the areas of biological research in family Hormones Genetics We are all greatly influenced by our genetic and hormonal make up and this is directly related to our biological family.
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2/1/11 Cortisol, the stress hormone Children experiencing higher levels of family conflict, have elevated cortisol levels. This leads to more sibling fighting, social withdrawal, antisocial behavior, increased social anxiety, and decreased impulse control.
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2/1/11 Other elements that affect individuals Gender Personality Read about gender and personality.
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2/1/11 The Big Five: OCEAN Five primary attributes of human personality. Essential aspects of personality can be captured by 5 global terms or markers.
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2/1/11 Openness How open you are to experience. Those who score higher tend to be more creative and imaginative; they seek variety and focus on intellectual and artistic pursuits.
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