3417 Further theres also evidence for the role of genetics For example twin

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understand variations between different people.34:17Further, there's also evidence for the role of genetics. For example, twin studies where the twins are separated show relationships in IQ between the twins, even though they grew up in different environments. There's also the role of environment. For example, improving environment increases IQ while impoverished environments impede IQ. This was shown through studies for children that were 156Transcribed by
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removed from biological homes due to abuse and placed in better environments. These researchers compared their pre adoption IQ with their IQ years after their adoption and showed a substantial increase the interaction between genes and environment in terms of how they influence and tell us Know how much genes matter how much environment matter is still not clear. These factors along with gender, gender and cultural backgrounds also contribute to this discussion, and you can read about it inyour textbook. For now, we'll end the discussion on intelligence here. That's the end of this lecture. Our first come our last complete lecture. We'll complete our final lecture on consciousness on Monday, and then we'll follow that with a review. So you have a good weekend and we'll see you then. Bye.157Transcribed by
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Psyc213_Lecture14_Part1 Consciousness & ReviewMon, 6/1 6:54PM • 50:31SUMMARY KEYWORDSconsciousness, brain, people, conscious, unconscious, world, workspace, stimulus, perception, experience, inferences, memory, process, perceive, hand, experiment, areas, neurons, fact, participants00:01Hi, everyone, welcome back to psych 213. For the last time, since this is the last lecture for, for this course, it's pretty crazy how quickly we've gotten here. And we're finally at the end of it. So today we're going to spend this last question the first half of it the last class sorry, the first half of it will be electron consciousness. And then the second half will be some exam information in the exam review, as I promised you guys last week. Okay, so what we'll do the first half we will define cognitive consciousness. And we'll look at what are the neural correlates of cognitive consciousness and then part two, like I said, exam review and exam information. Alright, let's get started with part one. So if you remember from our previous lectures on visual imagery, you saw that in the early years of psychology, the first the the father of experimental psychology will have one He introduced consciousness as a central topic, in terms of how you understand people's brains. And what he wanted to do is he wanted to understand the different for different elements of consciousness. His theories were later rejected andremain that way for a really long time, however, would be cognitive revolution coming back up, it became clear that scientific investigation of consciousness was actually possible and that people could start investigating. I'd like to take this opportunity to to note that while we have decided that
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