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  • 1. Topic Proposal The statement being questioned is a woman's spouse based solely on environmental observation, or can it be based on genetics as well? It is said that children learn from their environment, such as looking at their parent's behaviors. One theory is that is why girls learn what to look for in their mates by looking at their father and looking for traits just as theirs. I have thought about this theory and I believe that genetics can play a part in it. An example that comes to mind is if the girl has genetic traits like her mother. Since her mother like certain traits of the father, the daughter could have inherited her mother's traits. Therefore, the daughter looks for traits just as her father's without being capable of not doing so; it is in her genes to do so. The reason I chose to do this is because it just sparked an interest. It can raise questions such as is there such things as a “soul mate”? Or are we even capable of finding love on our own?
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  • 3. Effects on Women's Positive Mental Health: Do Marital Relationships and Social Support Matter?. Journal of Family Psychology, 19(3), 339-349. doi:10.1037/0893-3200.19.3.339. Spotts, E., Prescott, C., & Kendler, K. (2006). Examining the origins of gender differences in marital quality: A behavior genetic analysis. Journal of Family Psychology, 20(4), 605-613. doi:10.1037/0893-3200.20.4.605.

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