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yes, i'd imagine so as cultural traditions for example can influence the way a parent may raise their child.
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yes, i'd imagine so as cultural traditions for example can influence the way a parent may raise their child.
So is it nature or nurture???
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So is it nature or nurture???
well it's both really - like everything in psychology, it's never really all or one. Look into things like gene environment correlations and interactions.
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So is it nature or nurture???
nurture....but as the above poster said you could still link it to nature as i don't think they're always completely separate
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