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For example, a school influences kids, but the kids in that school influence the school and its teachers as well. A really good school may succeed in decreasing the impact of learning disabilities or premature birth for some of its students. 11 12 Part I: Understanding Children: The Big Picture Plus, some genes lie dormant and don’t become expressed unless a child has certain experiences or encounters other important triggering events such as toxins or illnesses. Poverty may have a devastating effect on one child, but another child responds to poverty by ultimately finding creative ways to change it.
During the construction project, dividing cells ignore some genetic instructions, follow others to the letter, amplify some directions, and mute others. What happens to any particular genetic instruction depends on many factors, including the following: ✓ Interaction of genes: When two genes contain conflicting information, one gene usually wins out over the other, which means that gene is expressed in the phenotype. Dominant, as opposed to recessive genes, typically end up expressed. For example, if one gene is dominant, such as the one that produces brown eyes, when a genotype contains genes for both brown and blue eyes, brown eyes will be more common than blue.
Chapter 2: What Makes Kids Tick? Packing up and moving on Lots of families have to move their households due to circumstances of all sorts — sometimes, quite often. Parents may change jobs, go away for educational opportunities, change relationships, or get transferred by the military or another employer. Such moves are often viewed as representing exciting opportunities. Moving creates special stresses for children, however. In an article, Residential Mobility, Well-Being, and Mortality, by Shigehiro Oishi and Ulrich Schimmack (published in 2010 in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology), the authors discuss research indicating — that kids whose families move frequently perform more poorly in school and exhibit increased behavioral problems as compared to children who do not move frequently.