Analysis of Sleep, Environment, and Current Perspectives in Psychology

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Analysis of Sleep, Environment, and Current Perspectives in Psychology
Question 1: How does Heredity And Environment Affect Development
The issue of heredity in the development of psychological traits in human beings has been a debate as to the ramifications of genetic features in the brain. While many scientists agree that it is a combination of environment and hereditary genetic features, some scientists believe that it is more strictly defined along the lines of genetic arguments. For instance, in one study done at George Washington University, Dr. Reiss believes that there is a greater inclination towards genetic hereditary traits in human beings with the results he found:
Instead, it seems that genetic influences are largely...
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