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Running Head: Nature/Nurture 2 Q1. Nature/nurture is a scientific, philosophical and cultural debate about whether a person’s behavior, personality and behavior are primarily caused by nature or nurture. While nature refers to how genes and other hereditary factors influence one’s physical appearance and personality, nurture refers to how the environmental variables impact our one is. It includes one’s early childhood, experience, how one is raised, one’s social relationship and surrounding culture (McLeod Saul, 2007). Q2. The nature –nurture concept firstly attempts to understand what causes behavioral differences, and then develops into a dispute, politically motivated about how power and justice is distributed in society. This concept applies to both the I.Q debate and the psychology of gender and sex where there is a controversial question of whether biology or culture contributes to the differences in female and male behavior. Most human behavior types are complex, many-sided
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