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Kinship studies have shown which of the following groups to have the most similar IQ scores? A. Identical twins B. Fraternal twins C. Parents and children D. Brothers and sisters
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Updated 5/2/2012 7:11:51 AM
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The answer is: A. Identical Twins.. Evidence from kinship studies showed identical twins separated at birth and raised in different homes grow up with very similar IQs.
Added 5/1/2012 8:48:36 PM
@koolsum: I am glad you cited the info, but the citation does not explain why identical twins have closer IQ scores than of children and parents.
Added 5/1/2012 9:12:23 PM
Oh, um, so do i have to delete the answer then?
Added 5/2/2012 7:11:51 AM
Which of the following best describes a neutral stimulus? A. Stimulus that causes an automatic response B. Stimulus that has been learned C. Stimulus that is conditioned D. Stimulus that does not cause a response
Weegy: C. Stimulus that is conditioned User: In what way does classical conditioning help animals and people? A. It helps them adapt to their environment B. It helps them learn complex or difficult tasks C. It helps them learn by watching others D. It helps them modify their behavior Weegy: B. It helps them learn complex or difficult tasks User: Which of the following describes the process by which a conditioned response is extinguished? A. The conditioned response is no longer paired with an unconditioned response B. A conditioned stimulus is no longer followed by an unconditioned stimulus C. Stimuli that are not similar to each other cause a different response D. Similar stimuli cause the same response (More)
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Home environment and parenting style… A. have no effect on a child’s intellectual functioning. B. are the most important influence on a child’s intelligence. C. influence the development of a child’s intelligence. D. can cause a child’s mental retardation.
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Home environment and parenting style influence the development of a child's intelligence.

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