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nature versus nurture

The perennial argument as to whether heredity or environment is more influential in determining the outcome of any individual's development. It is now apparent that the two are so intimately inter-related in their effects as to almost inseparable.
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There is a lot of self-questioning too, about the self and its nature vs nurture argument, in X-men: Dark Phoenix, particularly with the character of Jean Grey (played by Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner in this iteration) when she discovers and later succumbs to her dark side.
The Nature vs Nurture debate plays a key role here.
Second point: Instead of saying nature vs nurture, call it genetics and the environment -- the sum total of a person's experiences and exposures.
I did my Pro Licence thesis on the nature vs nurture debate, and I believe English clubs too often pick out the 'natural' talent at a ridiculously young age, and then build their whole structures around a few kids.
The traditional nature vs nurture debate has also undergone a major transformation into a gene-by-environment interaction, abbreviated as GxE in the medical literature.
Monday May 14, Nature vs Nurture vs Drugs; Tuesday May 15, Sex & Bats & How Beavers Roll; Wednesday May 16, Science Rocks.
The debate on "nature vs nurture" had begun, and twins were instrumental into understanding the factors that would influence how personality forms.
It's the question of Nature vs Nurture, it's the question of whether the rise of the Nazi Party legitimised thugs who wanted to kill and maim with impunity, or whether any of us could have been conscripted into murder and tyranny.
One such example is his latest album, Nature Vs Nurture, where tracks happily bounce from electronica infused classical piano tracks with ethereal harmonies to folk, dark ambient and much more, creating sounds which cannot be easily categorised.
"I'd always been interested in the nature vs nurture question and I'd always subscribed to nurture - you get out what you put in.
EastEnders has arguably resolved the age-old 'nature vs nurture' debate in one fell swoop with the introduction of Billy's granddaughter Lola, left.