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Exam 3 Review Sheet

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Louisiana State University
PSYC 2000

PSYC 2000 Exam 3 Review SheetChapter 81What are dominant genes What are recessive genes When are either of them expressed What examples of recessive genes for physical characteristics are mentioned in the chapter Dominant genegene that actively controls the expression of a traitRecessive genegene that only influences the expression of a trait when paired with an identical gene2What are the 3 research designs used by developmental psychologists How are they different Longitudinal DesignThe same participants are studied at various ages to determine agerelated changesCrossSectional DesignDifferent participants of various ages are compared at one point in time to determine agerelated differencesCrossSequential DesignDifferent participants of various ages are compared at several points in time to determine both agerelated differences and agerelated changes3What are nature and nurtureNatureheredity influence of inherited characteristics on personality physical growth intellectual growth and social interactionsNurtureinfluence of the environment on all of the above and includes anything that influences development that does not come from within the personAll that we are is a product of an interaction between nature and nurture4Which genetic disorders are carried by recessive genesCystic fibrosisSicklecell anemiaTaySachs disorderPhenylketonuria5What is the difference between monozygotic and dizygotic twinsMonozygotic TwinsDizygotic Twins6What is a teratogenTeratogens are chemicals or viruses that can enter the placenta and harm the developing fetus7What happens during the germinal embryonic and fetal periods of pregnancy When does each one take placeGerminal Period Zygotethe fertilized egg it enters a 2week period of rapid cell division and develops into an embryoEmbryonic PeriodEmbryothe developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertilization through the second monthFetal PeriodFetusthe developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception to birth8Which sense is most functional at birth Which sense is least functional at birth
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