1 pt c Does this mean only genes contribute to twins being identical 1 pt ALL

1 pt c does this mean only genes contribute to twins

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(1 pt.)c)Does this mean only genes contribute to twins being identical? (1 pt.)ALL QUESTIONS MUSTBE ANSWERED TO EARN FULL CREDIT. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS HERE. You are requiredto number each part of every answer. For example, 1a, 1b.Question 3: How does the correlation for height (.92) and the correlation for personality (mental) traits, intwins raised apart, (.49) explain the very important concept that a correlation doesn’t necessarily explaincausation? Use these two correlations to explain this concept. Myers (author of your textbook) writes,“Correlations indicate a relationship, which may not be cause and effect.” (1 pt.)TO EARN CREDIT,EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER THOROUGHLY. TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE.Question 4: Why can’t researchers claim nature over nurture as the cause of why twins are identical?(1 pt.)TO EARN THE POINT, EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER THOROUGHLY. TYPE YOURANSWER HERE.Examples of a (-) correlationThe older people are, the less frequently they tend to have sexual intercourse. Older people may have less interest in sex than younger people, have less energy or more physical ailments, or simply have trouble finding partners. Question 5: After reading the above example, how would you define a (-) correlation? (1 pt.)TYPEYOUR ANSWER HERE.
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  • Social Psychology, Correlation, Correlation and dependence, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, Video clip

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