What is the possible flaw in the assumption made by twin research that identical and fraternal twins who are raised in the same home have the same environment?

Activity #1 Chapter 3 Due September 25, 2020
Please read the article and email me the answers to the 3 questions by the above due date.
http://www.apa.org/monitor/apr04/second.aspx
x What is the possible flaw in the assumption made by twin research that identical and
fraternal twins who are raised in the same home have the same environment?
x Despite the limitations of twin research, how are twin studies useful?
x Which type of genetic study is expected to add to what we learn from twin studies in
the future?

Chapter 3 Due date September 25, 2020

  1. Understanding Chromosomal Abnormalities
    Please review the following link and article at the March of Dimes website, then answer the
    following 4 questions. Please email me your responses by the above due date.
    http://www.marchofdimes.com/Baby/birthdefects_chromosomal.html
    x How many children in the United States are born with a chromosomal abnormality?
    x What causes chromosomal abnormalities, and what happens to most embryos with the
    wrong number of chromosomes?
    x Do all children with the same chromosomal abnormality have the same
    characteristics?
    x If one of your children has a chromosomal abnormality, will all of your other children
    have the same condition?

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