Psychologists argue that a person's outcome is determined by two factors; their heredity and their environment and upbringing.
by Several Ninjas 7 years ago
What is the difference between nature and nurture?
by Naveed Ahmed 4 years ago
What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?Who is a psychologist and a psychiatrist? What qualifications do they have and what modes of treatments do they adopt?
by Mohan Kumar 7 years ago
Is genius from nature or nurture?Recent studies have proven that spending 10,000 hours of focused practice on any activity along with assertive mentoring can make one an expert. But I wonder what do people class as genius? Can this be attained through practice?
by backporchstories 2 years ago
What is the difference between faith and fate?
by agusfanani 7 years ago
What is the difference between to accept and to receive ?
by Charlu 17 months ago
Can you tell the difference between a real cowboy and a wanna be cowboy? If so tell me how.Is it when their boots cost more than their trucks or what's under them boots that counts? Could it be in the way they walk from all the horse riding or the way they shape their hat? What do you think?
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