fam-5 - Chapter 5, Genetics, Personality, Gender, and Power...

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Chapter 5, Genetics, Personality, Gender, and Power Text 1. What contributes to each person’s unique attributes? 2. What is the role of our genetic heritage in who we will become? 3. Who we are or who we will become results from what three things? 4. According to Reiss in his 1995 publications using twins, what percent of antisocial behavior comes from genes and what percent from close environment? 5. What is “a central idea” in the shifting worldview of the nature versus nurture controversy? 6. What was Booth et al.’s finding about the relationship between men’s testosterone levels and marital quality? 7. What was the finding of D’Onofrio et al.’s study of twins’ three generation family and divorce? What did the researchers claim? 8. Understand the idea expressed in Principle 5.1 Genetics and Families. 9. How do Brody & Ehrlichman define personality? 10. What are the Big Five personality markers? Define what each means. 11. Keisey suggests there is “one important message in the study of personality.”
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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fam-5 - Chapter 5, Genetics, Personality, Gender, and Power...

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