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Lecture 5

PSYCH 1XX3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Egg Cell, Twin, Chromosome


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 1XX3
Professor
Joe Kim
Lecture
5

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Development 2
Monozygotic Twins- Genetically identical because they come from
the same sperm and ovum
Dizygotic Twins- Share 50% of genes (like normal sibling)
because different sperm and ovum.
Male determines the sex of the child, the 23 pain of chromosome
determines the sex of the baby.
Polygenetic Inheritance- When multiple genes are involved in the
expression of a trait. Many traits like height and weight, are
determined by the interactions of multiple genes.
Codominance Already know
Simple Dominant-recessive inheritance- Already know
Sex-linked inheritance- Already know
Nurture vs Nature
Canalization Plan- Genotype restricts the phenotype to a small
number of possible developmental outcomes. Some developmental
processes are buffered against environmental variability. (IE- all
infants babble all the same regardless of background meaning they
are independent of the environment, however, later culture begins
to shape the child differently)
Range-of-Reaction Principle- Genotype establish a range of
possible responses to different kinds of life experiences.
Three ways Genes can influence the type of environment you
seek
Passive Genotype/Environment Correlations- The environment
that the parents choose to raise their child in was influenced by the
parents’ own genes, so the environment chosen by the parents is
likely to mesh well with the inherited genetic potential of the child.
(IE- athletic parents might seek an active playroom for their child
to grow up in)
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