Modules_Ch05_Web Quiz 2

Modules_Ch05_Web Quiz 2 - the same home. a. temperaments b....

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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch05_Web Quiz 2 1.Studies of the relative impact of nature and nurture on human differences in aggressiveness best illustrate the research efforts of: a. Freudian psychologists. b. behavior geneticists. c. evolutionary psychologists. d. gender theorists. 2. Chromosomes are composed of: a. mutations. b. synapses. c. neurotransmitters. d. deoxyribonucleic acid. 3.Two individuals are most likely to differ in personality if they are: a. fraternal twins who were raised together. b. identical twins who were raised apart. c. fraternal twins who were raised apart. d. identical twins who were raised together. 4. Adopted children are especially likely to have similar ________ if raised in
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Unformatted text preview: the same home. a. temperaments b. behavior genetics c. personality traits d. religious beliefs 5. Evolutionary psychologists would be most likely to attribute a love of one's own children to: a. gender. b. the X chromosome. c. personality traits. d. genetic predispositions. 6. Charles Darwin suggested that the evolution of living organisms is guided by: a. gender. b. natural selection. c. social norms. d. unconscious motives. 7. Critics of evolutionary psychology are particularly likely to emphasize that gender differences in mate preferences are byproducts of: a. temperament. b. sex hormones. c. cultural practices. d. sex chromosomes....
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