1 every nongenetic influence from prenatal nutrition

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1. Every nongenetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the people and things around us,is an aspect of ourA)temperament.B)genome.C)environment.D)heritability.
2. The biochemical units of heredity that make up the chromosomes are called
3. Twin and adoption studies have been most helpful for teasing apart the influences of
4. Who are likely to show the greatest similarity in temperament?
5. Professor Stapley's study of a large group of individuals indicates that 45 percent ofperson-to-person differences in neuroticism among the group members can be attributedto their differing genes. The 45-percent figure represents an estimate ofA)epigenetic marks.B)common ancestry.C)heritability.D)temperament.
6. Heritability refers to the extent to which
7. Chromosomes are threadlike structures made of
8. The genome refers to an organism's complete set of
9. Juan and Alonzo are fraternal twin brothers, whereas Jake and Alex are identical twinbrothers. The similarities between Jake and Alex with respect to ________ are likely tobe greater than the similarities between Juan and Alonzo.A)extraversionB)neuroticismC)temperamentD)all of these characteristics
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10. Person-to-person differences in religious involvement are ________ attributable to theirdiffering genes, and identical twins have ________ religious beliefs if raised togetherrather than apart.
11. An infant's temperament refers most directly to its
12. A child's temperament is likely to be
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