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SpiderX SpiderX
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Which of the following describes the general relationship between genes and personality?
      a.   A genetic predisposition does not necessarily imply genetic inevitability.
      b.   Personality problems that have a genetic component will inevitably occur if a person has the particular
         gene(s).
      c.   In spite of genetic dispositions and temperament, we can transform our personality completely.
      d.   Personality problems that have a genetic component are permanent.
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I got perfect on my review, thank you for leading in the right direction.
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