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PSYC 2250 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

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PSYC 2250
Steven Hladkyj

o82 Some genetic processes require environmental input in order to be manifested o You need to have visual stimulation for the gene to start its stimulation o You need the environment to do their job Experiences are influenced by the timing of when genes are expressed throughout the life span o Are these genes going to express earlier or later o Ex. Puberty o Timing makes a very big difference Epigenetics interaction between genes and multiple levels of the environment that determine development o What are ancestors exposed to from culture to cell Heritability Coefficient Indicate how much characteristics is due to genetics Nichepicking deliberately seeking environments that fit ones heredity Because of your genetics inheritance (like musical talent), you will generally select the environment that gravitate towards your genetic inheritance Genes affects how events are interpreted Internal models of experience core ideas or assumptions about self, others the world through which other experiences are filtered Aslins Models of Environmental Influence Maturation no environmental effect Maintenance environmental input is needed to sustain a skill Facilitation environmental input means that skills develop earlier than normal Attunement environmental input leads to a permanent levels of gain in a genetic capacity Induction environmental input is needed for the skill to develop at all Environments are multidimensional and multiinfluential Different environments make children with similar genes different
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