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  • The Simpsons: The Defective Simpsons Gene

    Has profanity
    sex-linked traits
    Homer brings together relatives from the tri-state area in an attempt to prove to Lisa that there are no problems with the genes in the Simpson family. When he fails to prove the success of his relatives, Marge suggests he ask the women instead of the men. The women are successful, and they state that the defective Simpson gene affects only the men because it is on the Y chromosome. Important to note is that some common, real-life defects and deficiencies occur more frequently in men because they have only one X chromosome, not because the defective gene is on their Y chromosome.

  • The Simpsons: Grampa Simpson Rediscovers His Youth

    positive environmental impact
    developmental psychology
    types of emotion
    human emotion
    On a family trip to Cuba, Grampa Simpson becomes depressed and unwilling to partake in activities. He cheers up when he spots an old American car from his times and goes for a ride in it with a native Cuban. Both during and after the ride, Grampa feels reinvigorated and connected with his youth. The Cuban resident references a study conducted by Ellen Langer in which seniors felt young again once exposed to objects from their youth.

  • The Simpsons: The Simpsons Hamlet

    william shakespeare
    The Simpsons summarizes William Shakespeare's Hamlet.

  • The Simpsons: The Simpsons in a Hotel

    english as a foreign language
    english as a second language
    Lisa wins a trip to Washington, and the entire Simpsons family goes on the trip. Lisa and Bart use their phone to play a prank on Homer at the hotel.

  • The Simpsons: The Simpsons Love Food

    moral hedonism
    Homer demonstrates through his love for food that pleasure is the ultimate good.