Grading: Written (5 points): Full responses that show in-depth understanding, rewording of the concepts into your own words, and strong connections of the content with your own experience. In-class (5-points): Attendance and full participation discussing the concepts and your responses with a small group of peers, as well as participating in class activities that day. 1. Genes and environments interact to produce one's phenotype. Give an example from your own life of an interaction between heredity and environment influencing how you turned out. Why are there so many twin studies about this? 2. List the three stages of prenatal development in the correct order, and note how long each stage lasts. Indicate the major event that indicates the beginning and end of each stage. Share a memory or story from your life about prenatal development - state the stage, as well as the development milestone or issue.

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