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Running head: HEREDITY, HORMONES, AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR 1 Heredity, Hormones, and Human Behavior Kelly Hardesty BEH 225 04/21/11 Dr. Mary Rockey
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HEREDITY, HORMONES, AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR 2 Heredity, Hormones, and Human Behavior When thinking about heredity and hormones, would one think that either would have anything to do with an individual’s behavior? That question is still under investigation because some believe a person’s behavior is developed by how he/she are raised, and others believe behavior is inherited and uncontrollable. There are some scientists who are looking for genes that might be responsible for certain behaviors like depression, hyperactivity, and shyness. Still, others research and study families to find similarities in behavior in order to link genes with behavior. If a child is constantly told that they are too loud, will that child grow to develop a quiet shy personality? If a father was very outgoing, will his son be also? To this day, the issue is What are hormones? Hormones are chemicals that are released from certain cells in the
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course HCA 240 taught by Professor Agnessamaniego during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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