1. Dr. Mendoza is interested in studying what preschool-age boys versus girls build with Legos. She is debating whether to use structured observation or naturalistic observation. Describe how Dr. Mendoza could do this study using structured observation, and explain why structured observation might be better suited for this study than naturalistic observation.

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2. Describe this individual’s life using an ecological systems perspective. Be sure to address all five systems:

In the year 1910, Jane Banks was an eight-year-old girl who lived in a home on Cherry Tree Lane with her mother, father, younger brother, maid, and nanny. Cherry Tree Lane was in a wealthy neighborhood in London, England, with beautiful, single-family homes. In fact, one of Jane Banks’ neighbors was Admiral Boom, who lived in a home that looked like a ship. Residents of this neighborhood had a culture of flying kites in the park on nice days. Jane’s father worked as an investment banker at Fidelity Fiduciary Bank, and her mother was a women’s rights activist. In 1935, when Jane was 33-years-old, she lived in an apartment in a different part of London, and took after her mother by working as an activist and women’s labor organizer. (Credit to P. L. Travers & Disney for these characters and details)

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Gregory and Elizabeth are expecting a baby.

Gregory has black hair (dominant trait), which he inherited from his mother, who also had black hair. Gregory's father had red hair (recessive trait).

Elizabeth has red hair and comes from a long line of individuals with red hair

3. Based on the above scenario, what are all the possible hair-color genotype(s) that Gregory and Elizabeth's baby could have?

4.based on the above scenario, what are all the possible hair-color phenotype(s) that Gregory and Elizabeth's baby could have?

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