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Old 12-05-2005, 10:58 PM
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

I think that its a bit of both, that some personality traits are influenced by genetics and others by your parents/and or legal gaurdians/and or pack of wolves that found you laying in the woods.
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

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When you're born a boy, you will be a boy the rest of your life. Now you can act like a girl by dressing up as one, talking like one, becoming gay etc. But seeing as you'll always have an XY chromosome, you'll always be a boy.
It's personality you twit. >_>'

Anyway, I'm for nurture.

I don't believe personality can be passed through traits. It needs to be learned. It's learned from the enviorment around it.
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Old 12-21-2005, 08:43 AM
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

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Just wanted to get everyones opinion on a very popular debate in the psychological and scientific community. The argument centers on whether or not humnan are more prominently defined by their genetics or the environment in which they were raised in.

I'll give you my opinion somewhere down the line, discuss amongst yourselves.
Most psychologists say it's around 50/50.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:38 AM
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

Does anyone notice that Pokemon also has the Nature vs Nurture core or am I being a conspiracy Keanu? I mean, some of the pokemons I've bred from a low level usually turn out a lot better than those in the wild.

Likewise, some of the wild pokemons I've caught have moves that my pokemon doesn't really have (ok, I haven't really been playing pokemon for a while so I can't remember much).
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

Nature and nurture, both are having harmony between them. You can't make a person without nature, and without nurture it is impossible to have a person in the world in the first place.

Nature is what a person inculcate in himself from the world. Nurture is how he basically feels and articulate the things. You can say, if nurture is a heart then nature is a brain. All your feeling comes what nurture has given you, all the decisions you make comes from the nature you develop by learning from the people and environment.

Conclusion - Nature and nurture go together!
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Old 08-20-2013, 06:42 AM
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

Both are correlated and an example of that is Mother..every mother has a nature of nurturing her child..so i guess both these words are pretty much similar to each other.
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Default Re: Nature versus Nurture

You bumped an 8 year old thread.
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