Discuss how gender differences in both aggression and social connectedness are influenced by nature and nurture. Describe and justify the approaches that you would recommend to reduce undesirable gender differences in each of these two specific areas.
Men and women differ in aggression and social connectedness. Men project aggression in a physical form rather than in a relational form. Women are more susceptible of projecting a relational form of aggression. Aggression is presented by a nature through the testosterone hormone. Social connectedness is presented differently in males and females. Men are more likely to struggle with separate identities while women are more involved in making friendships. As children, males tend to play in larger groups in a more competitive scene. Women are more likely to gossip than men.
Men are more likely than women to feel comfortable about having casual sex with multiple partners. Yet they are more likely to feel jealous and angry if a mate has sex with someone else. How would an evolutionary psychologist explain these gender differences? What are the strengths and weaknesses of this evolutionary explanation?
Women are more self-conscious than men. Men like to be dominate. If women have multiple partners they get labeled, but men get approval from their peers. However if a women does get pregnant with another guy’s child, her ex will get jealous because the baby won’t have his genes.
You have been asked to paint a picture that includes buildings, fields, a river, and a mountain. Describe how you would use at least four monocular cues to give your painting a sense of depth.
Explain how research on size constancy, restored vision, perceptual adaptation, and perceptual set serves to support and/or refu