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  1. anonymous
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    Explain how both nature and nurture play a role in human behavior. Think about yourself and identify your own behaviors that might be genetically determined. Also, identify some of your behaviors that are environmentally determined. Which side do you think has the greatest influence on an individual? Why?

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    Nature describes the essence of humanity as genetically born in certain ways. Basically, nature refers to heredity and genetic. French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau was on the nature’s side, he believed humans were born with the personality and skills that makes them who they as they grow older. Nurture describes the essence of humanity and it is based on what they learned from their environment they lived in. A child basically doesn’t have a stable behavior unless they learns from their parents. John Locke, an English philosopher, believed in nurture. He believed that people are nurtured by what they learn and what their society offers. ---The rest of the questions are up to you. It is not asking about my own behavior but to you since you're the one being tested on it. Please take the time to read what i wrote and apply it to your behavior. ----------- *Think about yourself and identify your own behaviors that might be genetically determined.Also, identify some of your behaviors that are environmentally determined. *Which side do you think has the greatest influence on an individual? Why?

  3. anonymous
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    If you want to look stuff up search using either "evo vs. devo" or the full terms "evolution vs. development"

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