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School
University of Toronto Mississauga
Department
Psychology
Course
PSY230H5
Professor
Ulrich Schimmack
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 13 Q: Based on twin studies, what is the estimated shared environment effect on adult personality (Big Five), if the standard assumptions are correct? A. 0-10% B. 10-20% C. 20-30% D. 30-40% E. More than 40% Answer: A -hormone shapes appearance and it does affect attractiveness -class prefered the picture on the right and people are able to pick up on which one has more testosterone -high rank order stability for men. Testosterone and marriage -maybe marriage lowers testosterone levels -married once have lower testosterone leveled -married and divorced have highest testosterone levels (order from least testosterone to most) Married once  Remarried  never married  married and divorced -maybe higher teststosertone = less stable relationships -those in stable relationships tend to have lower testosterone -Trait theory: Thus since they are more attractive more females want them so they sleep around (minimal investment strategy. Spreading genes) -serotonin is used throughout t
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