Explain how principles that define the biological level of analysis may be demonstrated in research.

Principle #1: Innate
Princple #2: Animal Research
Principle #3: Genetics
Money (1974)
Seligman and Learned Helplessness
Kasamatsu and the Monks
Dr. Osmond "I Was Born This Way"
Rosenzweig and Bennett
Sperry " Hemisphere Disconnection"
Ian Sample
Harlow and Zimmerman "Monkeys"
Clive Wearing
R. A. Frank
Lorenz "Goosling Experiment"
Minesotta Twin Study Bouchard et al (1990)
Phineas Gage (1860)
Bruce K. Alexander "Rat Park"
Hietala "Presynaptic Dopamine Function"
Thomas Bouchard "Twins"
Block and Davidson "Jet Lag on Mice"
Dabbs "Testosterone and Aggression"
Lee and Chamber
Waterhouse "Jet Lag"
Rosenthal "Melotonin"
Robert Winston "The Jim Twins"
Pavlovs Dog
Mosconi "Alzheimers"
Scarr and Weinberg (1977)
Longerspetz
Scachter and Singer "Adreneline"
Horn et al (1979)
J. H. Kagal "Study of Consumer Demand Behavior"
Christinasen (1997)
Wahlsten (1997)

Broca (1861)
Curtis et al (2004)

Milner and Scoville HM "Hippocampus"
Hutchings and Mednick (1975)

Wernicke (1874)


Bouchard and McGue (1981)


Plomin and Petrill (1997)


Fessler (2006)


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