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Nature vs Nurture is one of the oldest psychological debates that questions whether heredity or the environment most impacts human psychological development such as habits behaviors intelligence etc It is obvious that you share similar physical traits with your parents like height eye color and hair color Many question whether you develop personality traits from your parents genetics or if it all depend on your environment and how you are raised after birth When you are born you have no ideas or preferences like a blank slate But as you grow you develop your own identity But is it developed by your surrounding environment or have you always had your set personality and beliefs If you believe your personality develops as you grow you take the side of nurture in this debate If you believe you have always had a set personality that was created by your DNA you take the side of nature These two theories are very different but are both believed to have input on what makes us who we are Based on different types of literature Ive read and on my own beliefs I believe we are a product of our setting meaning our genetics have no real impact on our personality or beliefs I am on the nurture side of this debate because I believe every aspect of life good or bad molds who a person is and gives everyone in the whole world their own personal identitySimilarly we adapt every winter to the cold weather and every summer to the hot weather We have adapted from the beginning of time to current time Our lives are constantly changing and if our mindsets were developed before birth because of genetics our minds would be too similar to our parents and we would never be able to change much over time The expectations of a human now are much higher of those in the 1500s If our ancestors passed down their
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