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inborn

 [in´born]
1. genetically determined, and present at birth; see also inborn error of metabolism.
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in·born

(in'bōrn),
Initiated during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme. See: inborn error of metabolism.
Synonym(s): innate
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innate

Paranormal
noun A term which, in the construct of chiropractic, corresponds to a form of personalised energy based in the nervous system; it is equal to spirit or vital force.
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in·born

(in'bōrn)
Implanted during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme.
See: inborn errors of metabolism
Synonym(s): innate.
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If we study the Input Hypothesis Model of second language learning and production for our purpose in this study we can see the innateness and Lingua Nativus are at work.
This view is also shared by Farah et al, (2000) who found crucial evidence for the innateness of a face specific module.
Now, speaking of innateness and universality, opens up space for an understanding of the evolutionary phenomenon, concerned with the beginning and the functionality of behaviors acquired by the species.
Exercises in rethinking innateness. A handbook for connectionist simulations.
Similarly, much of the evidence accumulated by the leading advocates of the innateness of IQ, such as the Pioneer Fund, comes from twin adoption studies, which seem to show that individuals' IQ and personality traits are far closer to those of their fraternal or (especially) identical twins raised apart than to unrelated foster siblings or parents, and this pattern of similarity grows steadily stronger over time.
Lacking such pathway, such hypotheses must rely on universality of behavioral traits, which is consistent with innateness but does not imply it.
(2.) See Josh McDermott and Marc Hauser, "The Origins of Music: Innateness, Uniqueness, and Perception," Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 23, no.
Writing on the innateness of power to the being of humans, Bertrand Russell notes that "of the infinite interests of (wo) man, the chief are the desires for power and glory" (1938:11).
Based on the innateness hypothesis, McNeill's (1970) proposal of universal grammar constraints may also justify students' errors.