Explain how all behavior is affected by both inheritance and experience.
Humans are similar to other species in many ways, and yet are unique among Earth’s life forms
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Provide examples of how humans make judgments about new situations based on memories of past experiences.
Recognize that learning requires more than just storage and retrieval of information and that prior knowledge needs to be tapped in order to make sense out of new experiences or information.
Explain that people can learn about others from direct experience, from the media, and from listening to others talk about their life and work.
Recognize that there are genetic variations among individuals in groups of organisms and provide examples of how these variations affect the survival of an organism.
Recognize that only organisms that are able to reproduce can pass on their genetic information to the next generation.