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How can we study behavioural
genetics?

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Kinship studies 

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What theorist was the first person to emphasise
the importance of the parent-child relationship on development?

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Freud (Psychoanalytic)

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What are the similarities found between both
affluence and poverty in the family home?

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Children in both categories struggle but with slightly different things. E.g in affluent family’s
parents can fail to engage with their children and this has been linked to poor grades, and
high self-reported levels of anxiety and depression. Whereas poverty stricken families
children are often highly anxious/ depressed due living arrangements and basic needs being
met such as
eating. For Both groups eating dinner as a family has been associated with a reduction in
adjustment difficulties.

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Epigenesis is know as what process?

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the process that our genes go through when they are either turned on or off

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Heritability estimates measure what?

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the extent to which individual differences in complex traits in a specific population are due to genetic factors.

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which Gene-environment correlations dose
'niche-picking' fall under? 

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Active Correlation

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in family environments, what is a Indirect
influence?

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3rd party can have positive or negative
influence on development - such a grandparents

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SES – measured by three
variables

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1. Level of education
2. Occupational skills
3. Income

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what is the key difference between
behaviourist and cognitive?

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behaviour focuses on overtness
(what we can see) whereas
cognitive focuses on the thought
processes in the brain. (Piaget
asked “how does the brain
develop as we age?”)

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unique occurrences: experiences only you go through at any given time. E.g. parents’ divorce change of schools, death in the family, is known as ___-_________ ____ ______.

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Non-Normative life event

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What is the difference between bi-directional development and multi-dimensional development?

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Bi-directional is increasing in some areas and decreasing in others throughout the lifespan multi-dimensional is the intricate blend of biological, psychological, and social
forces.

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gene-environment correlations – that our genes influence the
environments to which we are exposed. What are the three
spoken about in the text? (PEA)

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1. Passive correlation
2. Evocative correlation
3. Active correlation 

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How can we study behavioural
genetics?

A:

Kinship studies 

Q:

What theorist was the first person to emphasise
the importance of the parent-child relationship on development?

A:

Freud (Psychoanalytic)

Q:

What are the similarities found between both
affluence and poverty in the family home?

A:

Children in both categories struggle but with slightly different things. E.g in affluent family’s
parents can fail to engage with their children and this has been linked to poor grades, and
high self-reported levels of anxiety and depression. Whereas poverty stricken families
children are often highly anxious/ depressed due living arrangements and basic needs being
met such as
eating. For Both groups eating dinner as a family has been associated with a reduction in
adjustment difficulties.

Q:

Epigenesis is know as what process?

A:

the process that our genes go through when they are either turned on or off

Q:

Heritability estimates measure what?

A:

the extent to which individual differences in complex traits in a specific population are due to genetic factors.

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Q:

which Gene-environment correlations dose
'niche-picking' fall under? 

A:

Active Correlation

Q:

in family environments, what is a Indirect
influence?

A:

3rd party can have positive or negative
influence on development - such a grandparents

Q:

SES – measured by three
variables

A:

1. Level of education
2. Occupational skills
3. Income

Q:

what is the key difference between
behaviourist and cognitive?

A:

behaviour focuses on overtness
(what we can see) whereas
cognitive focuses on the thought
processes in the brain. (Piaget
asked “how does the brain
develop as we age?”)

Q:

unique occurrences: experiences only you go through at any given time. E.g. parents’ divorce change of schools, death in the family, is known as ___-_________ ____ ______.

A:

Non-Normative life event

Q:

What is the difference between bi-directional development and multi-dimensional development?

A:

Bi-directional is increasing in some areas and decreasing in others throughout the lifespan multi-dimensional is the intricate blend of biological, psychological, and social
forces.

Q:

gene-environment correlations – that our genes influence the
environments to which we are exposed. What are the three
spoken about in the text? (PEA)

A:

1. Passive correlation
2. Evocative correlation
3. Active correlation 

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