ECU PSYC 3206 - Study Questions for Chapter 3: Genes, Environment, and Development (19 pages)

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East Carolina University
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Psyc 3206 - Developmental Psychology

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Module 3 1 NAME East Carolina University PSYC 3206 Developmental Dr Eppler Dr Ironsmith Study Questions for Chapter 3 Genes Environment and Development Sigelman C Rider E 2009 Life span human development 6th edition Belmont CA Wadsworth Copyright 2008 by Marsha Ironsmith and Marion Eppler All rights reserved This file was last modified 08 12 08 THERE ARE 161 QUESTIONS IN THIS MODULE BE SURE YOU HAVE PRINTED THE ENTIRE MODULE Learning Objectives for Chapter 3 Be able to define the following terms zygote genotype and phenotype carrier heritability heterozygous and homozygous genotypes Be able to describe the genetic relatedness of various pairs of individuals Be able to explain the logic of twin studies and adoption studies and how they are used to assess heritability Be familiar with the limitations of each Be able to recognize examples of traits that are more or less influenced by heredity Be able to explain how correlations and concordance rates are used to assess heritability Relate concordance rates for schizophrenia to genetic similarity of pairs of individuals and know the risk associated with a family history of schizophrenia Relate correlations to the similarity of pairs of individuals in genetics and environment and how this information is used to assess the heritability of intelligence Distinguish between and recognize examples of single gene v multiple gene inheritance Know the causes risk factors and symptoms of sickle cell anemia Tay Sachs disease PKU Down Syndrome Turner s Syndrome Klinefelter s Syndrome and Huntington s Be able to identify whether each one is dominant recessive X linked or the result of having the wrong number of chromosomes Be able to identify examples of X linked disorders and explain how they are inherited Module 3 2 Be able to assess the likelihood of different outcomes given parents with specific genotypes for the disorders mentioned above given a child s genotype be able to determine the parents genotype Define shared and



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