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Nature versus nurture: Questioning a cornerstone of psychology

The concept of nature vs. nurture is one of the cornerstones of psychological theory and research. In fact, some human development textbooks use nature-nurture as a central theme. Nature vs. nurture goes back to the times of Sir Francis Galton, who first used the phrase in 1869. Continue reading

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