Class Notes 1_31

Class Notes 1_31 - Notes Thursday 1/31/08 John R. Hibling...

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Notes Thursday 1/31/08 John R. Hibling University of Nebraska-Lincoln “Are Liberals and Conservatives Physiologically Distinct?” 1. If it was animals, it would be a lot different a. Flamingos i. Separated populations 1. Extroverted 2. Introverted ii. Take the eggs to incubators iii. Remove the environment iv. Behavior carried through b. Foxes i. Separated population 1. Aggressive 2. Passive ii. 10 generationss iii. Gave a new species iv. Essentially made a domestic dog v. Infantilize c. Select 1 behavioral item 2. In human world a. Can’t selective breed b. Need to rely on experiments already happening
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i. Adoption ii. Twins 1. Dizygotic 2. Monozygotic c. Able to observe phenotypes 3. Variance due to environment or genetics? a. Bring in siblings, parents, others with similar genetics in same environment b. Same strong correlations 4. Base pairs in DNA a. Small changes can cause big effects b. High level of serotonin affects traits 5. Study a. People in New Zealand b. Measures childhood abuse and depression in adulthood
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