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Outline and evaluate genetic factors in aggression

The use of twin studies helps explain how there could be genetic factors in aggressive behavior.
There are two types of Twin, monozygotic (identical) and Dizygotic (nonidentical). If both
types are studied in terms of aggression and the MZ twins are more similar…

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significantly less genetic contribution and a greater influence on environmental factors. For
example, in the replication of Bandura's Bobo doll study, twin pairs were encouraged to act
aggressively towards after being exposed to by an adult model. Researcher found no difference
in correlation between MZ and DZ pairs suggesting that…

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