All right. So this questions asking if a person has one Jane influencing blue eyes but actually has brown eyes. Blue eyes must be a blank trait. A dominant, be recessive see sex link or deep holly genic. So this question obviously gets at your understanding of genetics and genetics plays a big a big role in studying developmental psychology because it really follows how poster in trades, whether they be biological or psychological, may be passed down from parents to offspring. So the way I'm gonna purchase question, it's just to go by all the options we have. And I'm used a process of elimination. So the first thing this except to me and probably be being the easily too easy us to explain It's sex linked and a sex thing. Trade Trade is basically a trait that, um, is more influence, obviously by the sex of an individual. And, for example, if a mother has a why, um has ah, um, the trade of color blindness on the X chromosome. Um, she is more likely gonna pass that on to her son because the father will only contribute Oh, on the Y chromosome. I'm sorry if I rested up. The mother is going to contribute by the X chromosome, and the father is gonna contribute by the Y chromosome. So if the color blinded trade on the X chromosome is passed down to the individual with X and Y chromosomes chromosomes making that a male that their son is more likely tohave colorblindness rather than their daughter because a daughter will have to we'll have an X X chromosome because she is a female. So in that way, traits are sex linked because of being passed down from mothers two sons, and they're more likely to be expressed. So just to put, um, about into simple words to remember, I like to disturb it by traits, although or are influence by sex and going back to the question it saying that if a person has one gene influencing blue eyes but actually has brown eyes, lies must be so the question doesn't really or actually doesn't at all mention any sort of sex involved, so C can be eliminated by below that we have Polly genic and poorly done. It is probably one of your least known terms when talking about genetics and studying psychology, but it's really easy to break it down. Police linguistically, we know that Polly means many the root word that means many. And genic basically refers to the genes of what Polly genic really means is many genes. And how this helps me remember that is that apologetic refers to how trades our influence gonna really that by many genes. So that's to say that not one trait is coated by one single gene. So if the question was phrased in that, um, if a person has many genes influencing blue eyes, that blue eyes must be apologetic. Trade. However, this question is only saying that one gene is influencing blue eyes. So because of that, we can also eliminate Paula genic, leaving us with dominant and recessive, which is probably, um, what you really remember when you're talking about genetics. And this is kind of like the big um opposing forces on talking about singular jeans. And just as their terms suggests, a dominant gene refers to a gene that's always going to be expressed so always expressed. Prince being dominant and the recessive is basically the opposite of that, and it will only be expressed when paired with an identical gene So Onley express when paired identical e. So going back to the question, we see that a person has a gene that has that influences blue eyes that actually has brown eyes. So you could think of the brown eyes as being the dominant, the dominant trait because it's what's expressed despite this person. Having a gene that influences blue eyes and brown eyes are a dominant trait that makes blue eyes the recessive trait, making be the correct answer.