Share this article Share Many other factors, including personality and behaviour, are also influenced by our genes — and affect exam scores. The teenagers were given intelligence tests and quizzed on a whole range of subjects including personality traits, behaviour and their self-belief in their ability.
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Though members of Team Nature and Team Nurture will cringe at this, it seems unlikely that there will ever be a real winner in this debate.
Nowadays, many scholars take a middle of the road approach, claiming that neither nature nor nurture is stronger.
Consequently, in the context of the "nature versus nurture" debate, the "nature" component appears to be much more important than the "nurture" component in explaining IQ variance in the general adult population of the United States.
(plombier-nemours.com) -- Nurture could have an even greater effect than originally thought, according to a University of Manchester study that is set to shake up the ‘nature versus nurture’ debate.
It is well known that many traits such as body weight and growth are a result of an organism's genetic make up and the influence of environmental factors. The study of 6, pairs of twins - one of the largest of its kind - suggests IQ really is a product of nature rather than nurture. It seems that this battle between nature and nurture will go on forever because both sides can be easily backed up with supporting information as to which is more important.
Some psychologists agree that nature and nurture are both major influences to the development of behavior.
The study of 6, pairs of twins - one of the largest of its kind - suggests IQ really is a product of nature rather than nurture. Over 60 per cent of a child’s intelligence is passed down from the parents - much more than previously believed, say scientists. A study of 6, pairs of twins - one of the largest of its kind - suggests IQ really is a product of nature rather than nurture. May 16, · Nature rather than nurture is responsible for creating your personality, according to a study of twins which found that character is something you are born with.