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AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
AS Week 13 Dr. Money
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AS Week 13 Dr. Money

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  • 1. Twin Studies TRUE or FALSE 1. MZ twins share the same gestational environment 2. DZ twins share the same genetic material 3. Every trait MZ twins are born with is genetically determined 4. DZ twins share the same social environment 5. MZ twins share the same social environment MZ = identical DZ = non-identical
  • 2. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … 1. Define (AO1) Sex and Gender in terms of labels. 2. Describe Sex and Gender in the context of the biological approach and the naturenurture debate. 3. Describe (AO1) the case study of Money (1975).
  • 3. How chemical activity mediates out behaviour. Genetic Influences over our behaviour Biological Approach Hormonal Influences over our behaviour
  • 4. Approach Theories Studies Methods Biological Approach Biological Theory of Gender Development Money (1975) Twin / adoption studies
  • 5. Sex vs. Gender Sex: the biological and physiological characteristics that define men and women. “Male” and “Female” • Women menstruate while men do not • Men have testicles while women do not • Women have developed breasts that are usually capable of lactating, while men have not • Men generally have more massive bones than women Gender: the socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women. “Masculine" and ”Feminine” • Masculine men like football, cars and guns • Feminine people straighten their hair • Women clean – men work
  • 6. David’s Life timeline activity
  • 7. 1. Define (AO1) Sex and Gender in terms of labels. 2. Describe Sex and Gender in the context of the biological approach and the nature-nurture debate. 3. Describe (AO1) the case study of Money (1975).
  • 8. • Dr Money TF – rolling show – see other ppt.
  • 9. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … • Must be able to describe (AO1) – APRC – the Dr. Money Study. • Should be able to evaluate (AO2) the Dr. Money study in terms of ethics and generalisability.
  • 10. A P • Aim • What did they hope to find? What was their research question? What theory is the study attempting to support? How is it going to support it? • Procedure • What did they do? How did they do it? Who did they do it to? When did they do it? Time line activity Using your notes from yesterday and the course reader create a timeline of the Dr Money case.
  • 11. Past Exam Questions • Past exam questions on the Dr. Money case.
  • 12. • Must be able to describe (AO1) – APRC – the Dr. Money Study. • Should be able to evaluate (AO2) the Dr. Money study in terms of ethics and generalisability.
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