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Which of the following questions is of the most interest to biological psychologists? a.)Why are some people more resilient than others? b.)Is intelligence inherited or learned? c.)How does the
environment shape a persons view of the world? d.)Are our choices made on the conscious or unconscious level?
A biological psychiatrist would be most concerned with (c.) how the environment shapes a persons view of the world.
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User: Which of the following questions is of the most interest to biological psychologists? a.)Why are some people more resilient than others? b.)Is intelligence inherited or learned? c.)How does the environment shape a persons view of the world? d.)Are our choices made on the conscious or unconscious level?

Weegy: A biological psychiatrist would be most concerned with (c.) how the environment shapes a persons view of the world.
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User: Contemporary psychological perspectives are very similar in approach and thought. True or False?

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