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Personality Test 1 (Jessup and Fatemah)
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A portion of differences in a parson's height, weight and personality based on the individuals genes.
Difference in personality based on the two individual's environments (The two Johnny Cage's in the MK 11 trailer may have different personalities because one is older and has a different environment)
Nature and Nurture
The argument about if genes or environment are more impotent in determining an individual's personality.
Habitability in Families (Family Studies)
Parents are not related genetically, but each of their children has 50 % of each parents genes.
Habitability in Twins (Twin Studies)
Identical Twins have 100% identical genes, while fraternal twins have only 50%.
Habitability in adoption (Adoption Studies)
If one can find a positive correlation between an adopted child and the adopted parents, than personality comes from the environment.
Active genotype-environment correlation
When a person with a particular geneotype searches for a particular environment.
Passive genotype-environment correlation
when parents provide both genes and the environment to children, yet the children do nothing to obtain that environment.
Reactive genotype-environment correlation
When parents respond to children differently based on the child's genotypes.
A reliably developing structure in an organism which causes the solution to an adaptive problem because it meshes with the recurrent structure of the world.
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