The text distinguishes among three different kinds of genetic
Do studies of childrenâs toy and play preferences, exploration of space, and social development (e.g., interest in faces) generally support, or fail to support, the hypothesis that the preferences have biological roots? Give examples. The text distinguishes among three different kinds of genetic-environment interactions: passive, evocative, and active. What are they, and what might each one have to do with understanding psychological and behavioral sex differences? For which kind is the concept of the ecological niche (or niche-finding) relevant? Explain.