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No Beef

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According to the concept of epigenesis,

A) development results from ongoing, bidirectional exchanges between heredity and all levels of the environment.
B) children's genetic makeup causes them to receive, evoke, and seek experiences that actualize their inborn tendencies.
C) heredity restricts the development of some characteristics to just one or a few outcomes.
D) children's genetic inheritance constrains their responsiveness to varying environments.

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Meagan

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Answer: A

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