An adoption study examining the heritability of criminal behaviour found that people whose biological parents and adoptive parents both had criminal records were most likely to be criminals themselves. This

An adoption study examining the heritability of criminal behaviour found that people whose biological parents and adoptive parents both had criminal records were most likely to be criminals themselves. This study demonstrates
A) that adopted children are more similar to their adoptive parents than to their biological parents.
B) how the environment and genetic factors can interact to produce behaviour.
C) the influence of genetic factors on criminal behaviour.
D) the influence of environmental factors on criminal behaviour.
E) how genotype and phenotype can interact to produce behaviour.


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