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How can climate and temperature influence an individual s behavior? a. Climate and temperature can affect an individual s social interactions. b. Climate and temperature can affect an
individual s attitude toward survival. c. Climate and temperature affect all aspects of an individual s behavior. d. Climate and temperature have no effect on an individual s behavior.
c. Climate and temperature affect all aspects of an individual s behavior. is the answer
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Can living in urban environments influence an individual's behavior?
Weegy: The social environment: Urban environments are more likely to see large disparities in socioeconomic status, higher rates of crime and violence, the presence of marginalized populations (e.g., sex workers) with high risk behaviors, [ and a higher prevalence of psychological stressors that accompany the increased density and diversity of cities.(3),(4),(5) The physical environment: In densely populated urban areas, there is often a lack of facilities and outdoor areas for exercise and recreation. In addition, air quality is often lower in urban environments which can contribute to chronic diseases such as asthma.(6) In the developing world, urban dwellers often live in large slums which lack basic sanitation and utilities such as water and electricity. Lack of basic infrastructure can exacerbate rates of infectious disease and further perpetuate the cycle of poverty. Access to health and social service: Persons of lower socioeconomic status and minority populations are more likely to live in urban areas and are more likely to lack health insurance(7). Thus, these populations face barriers to care, receive poorer quality care, and disproportionately use emergency systems. Other commonly represented populations in cities are undocumented immigrants and transient populations. The high prevalence of individuals without health insurance or citizenship creates a greater burden on available systems. This often leads to vast disparities in health care outcomes as well as a two-tiered health care system where insured individuals have access to preventive and routine health care while marginalized populations utilize “safety-net” emergency room care. ] (More)
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Humans are dependent on a functioning biosphere and other ecological systems for survival
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Humans are dependent on a functioning biosphere and other ecological systems for survival. This is True.

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