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Test Bank For A Topical Approach to Lifespan Development 9Th Edition By Santrock

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1. Some species are better adapted to their environment in a way that helps them survive and reproduce, while other species do not adapt well and die. This process is calledA. canalization.B. sociobiology.C. natural selection.D. genetic inheritance.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Natural Selection2. Natural selection favors individuals of a species that are best able to _____ and _____.A. survive; reproduceB. find food; hideC. survive change; adaptD. change; adaptAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Natural Selection3. Evolutionary psychology holds thatA. natural selection does not ring true for personality characteristics.B. natural selection favors certain behaviors that increase reproductive success.C. biological evolution explains why humans live well beyond child-bearing years.D. only physical development is stage-like in process.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolutionary Psychology4. Natural selection operates primarily on characteristics that are tied toA. group social interaction.B. psychological wellness.C. reproductive fitness.D. developmental plasticity.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Natural Selection5. Which of the following statements describes the main idea of David Buss’ theory?A. It is not useful to compare human social behavior with social behavior in other species.B. Evolutionary processes can influence behavior as well as physical features.C. Behavior is determined by the environmental consequences it brings about.D. Development proceeds in a series of stages.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolutionary Psychology6. Which of the following explanations do developmental evolutionary psychologists favor for an extended childhood period in human development?A. During this time, a human’s immune system reaches its full potential.B. A long childhood period is a “left over” adaptation from the time when the human life span was considerably shorter than it is today.C. Rebellion against authority is a necessary step in the evolutionary development of independent behavior.D. During this time, humans develop a large brain and gain experience required to master the complexities of human society.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolutionary Psychology7. Which of the following statements is NOT an idea held by evolutionary developmental psychologists?A. Evolved characteristics are not always adaptive in contemporary society.B. Some evolved characteristics could be the cause of problems in contemporary society.C. All evolved mechanisms are adaptive in contemporary society.D. An extended childhood period may be the result of evolution.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolutionary Developmental Psychology8. Baltes holds that natural selection operatesA. primarily during the first half of life.B. primarily during late adulthood.C. through the end of the adolescent period.D. through the end of late childhood.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolution and Life-Span Development9. According to Baltes, older adults have an increasedA. generativity.B. need for culture-based resources.C. benefits of evolutionary selection.D. developmental plasticity.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolution and Life-Span Development10. A bidirectional view of evolutionism suggests thatA. social behavior is a product of evolved biology.B. evolved biology is a product of social behavior.C. environmental and biological conditions influence each other.D. evolution dictates social behavior.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Discuss the evolutionary perspective on life-span development.Topic: Evolutionary Developmental Psychology11. Which of the following is a double-helix-shaped molecule that contains genetic information?A. chromosomeB. genotypeC. DNAD. geneAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes12. Approximately how many genes does a typical human have according to the latest research?A. more than 100,000B. 50,000–75,000C. 35,000–40,000D. around 20,000Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes13. What did researchers working on the Human Genome project accomplish?A. They estimated how many genes humans have.B. They determined that many genes are collaborative.C. They found that the number of human proteins is higher than the number of human genes.D. All of these answers are correct.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes14. In his book The Dependent Gene, David Moore reports thatA. genes are collaborative.B. genes act independently.C. genes have a one-to-one correspondence with proteins.D. the expression of genes is not affected by environmental conditions.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes15. Which of the following statements BEST explains the nature of genetic expression?A. A single gene is the source of a single protein’s genetic information.B. Events outside of a cell cannot excite or inhibit genetic expression.C. Only internal events inside a cell can influence genetic expression.D. The activity of genes is affected by the internal and external factors.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes16. Which of the following has 23 unpaired chromosomes?A. zygotesB. the sperm and eggC. mitosisD. chromosomeAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes17. In a human body, all cells except the sperm and egg reproduce by a process calledA. meiosis.B. mitosis.C. fertilization.D. zygote.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Mitosis18. _____ is a specialized form of cell division that occurs to form eggs and sperm.A. MeiosisB. MitosisC. ReproductionD. FertilizationAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Meiosis19. How many chromosomes does an egg or a sperm have?A. 46B. 24C. 23D. 48Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes20. Fertilization results in the formation of a(n)A. egg.B. zygote.C. gamete.D. sperm.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Fertilization21. In _____, the number of cells doubles, whereas in _____, the number of chromosomes in the resulting four cells is half of what the parent cell contained.A. meiosis; mitosisB. mitosis; meiosisC. genotype; phenotypeD. phenotype; genotypeAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: MeiosisTopic: Mitosis22. All of a person’s genetic material makes up the _____, whereas the _____ consists of only observable characteristics.A. phenotype; genotypeB. genotype; phenotypeC. dominant genes; recessive genesD. recessive genes; dominant genesAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes23. Angela describes her friend as tall and slender with blue eyes and red hair. She is describing her friend’sA. genotype.B. phenotype.C. dominant genes.D. recessive genes.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes24. You notice that Lou’s eyes are a unique shade of green. You have observed his:A. genotype.B. phenotype.C. dominant genes.D. recessive genes.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Genes25. Which of the following principles is demonstrated when one gene overrides the potential effect of a second gene?A. polygenic inheritanceB. sex-linked genesC. dominant-recessive genesD. genetic imprintingAcc
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26. Kevin has blond hair, but both of his parents have brown hair. What might account for Kevin’s differing phenotype from both of his parents?A. polygenic inheritanceB. genetic imprintingC. sex-linked genesD. dominant-recessive genesAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Dominant-Recessive Genes27. X-linked inheritance describes the inheritance of a(n)A. unaltered gene that is carried on the Y chromosome.B. mutated gene that is carried on the Y chromosome.C. unaltered gene that is carried on the X chromosome.D. mutated gene that is carried on the X chromosome.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Sex-Linked Genes28. Melinda and Joseph both have brown eyes, but their child has blue eyes. This shows thatA. both Melinda and Joseph are carrying a recessive gene for blue eyes.B. either Melinda or Joseph is carrying a recessive gene for blue eyes.C. both Melinda and Joseph are carrying a dominant gene for blue eyes.D. either Melinda or Joseph is carrying a dominant gene for blue eyes.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Dominant-Recessive Genes29. Most characteristics are the result of the interaction of many different genes. This is the concept ofA. dominant-recessive inheritance.B. sex-linked inheritance.C. genetic imprinting.D. polygenic inheritance.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Polygenic Inheritance30. People who have hemophilia or fragile-X syndrome areA. equally distributed among females and males.B. mostly females.C. mostly males.D. those who have mutated genes carried on the Y chromosome.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Sex-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities31. _____ is a genetic disorder that occurs less often to children with mothers who are 16 to 34 years old.A. Down syndromeB. Turner syndromeC. Sickle-cell anemiaD. Phenylketonuria (PKU)Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Down Syndrome32. Both _____ are genetic disorders caused by the presence of an extra chromosome.A. Down syndrome and Turner syndromeB. Turner syndrome and sickle-cell anemiaC. Klinefelter syndrome and Down syndromeD. Phenylketonuria (PKU) and XYY syndromeAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Sex-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities33. _____ syndrome causes males to have undeveloped testes, enlarged breasts, and tallness. Boys with this chromosomal disorder often have language, academic, attentional, and motor impairments.A. DownB. KlinefelterC. TurnerD. Fragile XAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Sex-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities34. Which of the following characteristics is likely to be exhibited in boys with fragile X syndrome?A. a flattened skullB. aggression and violenceC. hyperactivityD. mental deficiencyAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Sex-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities35. Conditions like phenylketonuria and sickle cell anemia are produced by _____ abnormalities.A. chromosomeB. sex-linked chromosomeC. both sex-linked chromosome and gene-linkedD. gene-linkedAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Gene-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities36. _____ is a genetic disorder that can be controlled by diet.A. Down syndromeB. Turner syndromeC. Sickle-cell anemiaD. Phenylketonuria (PKU)Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Gene-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities37. Which of the following genetic disorders occurs most often in African Americans?A. Down syndromeB. Turner syndromeC. sickle-cell anemiaD. phenylketonuria (PKU)Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principle
s, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Describe what genes are and how they influence human development.Topic: Gene-Linked Chromosomal Abnormalities
38. Behavior genetics is the field of study that seeks to discover how individual differences in human traits and development are influenced byA. environment.B. heredity.C. heredity and environment.D. behavior.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: RememberDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Behavior Genetics39. Dr. Santos designs studies to examine the influence of heredity and environment on individual differences in human traits and development. Her field of study is inA. behavior genetics.B. evolutionary genetics.C. evolutionary psychology.D. developmental genetics.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Behavior Genetics40. Behavior genetics mostly uses which of the following research methods?A. twin studiesB. adoption studiesC. both twin studies and adoption studiesD. neither twin studies nor adoption studiesAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching themes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Behavior Genetics41. Brent is an athlete who has always loved to play catch or shoot baskets with others, and he frequently seeks to do both with his son Todd. Todd is quickly developing the same affinity for sports. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation?A. activeB. passiveC. evocativeD. niche-pickingAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Passive Genotype-Environment Correlations42. Katrina played basketball in high school and in college. She recently enrolled her son in a junior basketball league. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation for Katrina’s son?A. passiveB. evocativeC. activeD. niche-pickingAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Passive Genotype-Environment Correlations43. Kylie is friendly and outgoing. Because of this, people treat her well and often seem drawn to her. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation?A. activeB. passiveC. evocativeD. niche-pickingAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Evocative Genotype-Environment Correlations44. Hannah is an “easy” child. She rarely cries and is cooperative and pleasant. As a result, she receives much attention and nurturing. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation?A. passiveB. evocativeC. activeD. niche-pickingAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Evocative Genotype-Environment Correlations45. Dani loves dinosaurs. She always chooses library books about dinosaurs and has even asked her parents to enroll her in a junior paleontology club. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation?A. passiveB. evocativeC. activeD. None of these answers are correct.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Active Genotype-Environment Correlations46. Elise has enrolled in a parenting program aimed at teaching parents to recognize and support a child’s natural abilities and chosen activities. If she helps her child enroll and pursue only activities her child seems drawn to, which type of heredity-environment correlation will she be encouraging?A. passiveB. evocativeC. activeD. suggestiveAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Active Genotype-Environment Correlations47. Allison learned that she had a good singing voice in childhood. She requested vocal lessons, and now she participates in the school choral program. This is an example of which type of genotype-environment correlation?A. passiveB. evocativeC. niche-pickingD. None of these answers is correct.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsAPA Outcome: 1.3: Describe applications of psychologyBloom’s Taxonomy: ApplyDifficulty Level: ModerateLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Active Genotype-Environment Correlations48. Which of the following is a genotype-environment interaction that plays a smaller role in development as children grow older?A. passiveB. evocativeC. activeD. niche-pickingAccessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.1: Describe key concepts, principles, and overarching th
emes in psychologyAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s content domainsBloom’s Taxonomy: UnderstandDifficulty Level: BasicLearning Objective: Explain some of the ways that heredity and environment interact to produce individual differences in development.Topic: Passive Genotype-Environment Correlations
49. Louis and his twin sister are entering late adolescence and preparing to go to different colleges. They are likelyA. to have less difficulty separating from each other and their primary caregiver than do non-twins.B. to have more difficulty separating from each other and their primary caregiver than do non-twins siblings.C. to have more distinct and individual senses of self by the time they separate for college than would non-twin siblings.D. to have completed their twin-separation process in early adolescence.Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationAPA Outcome: 1.2: Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s 

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