We all have characteristics unique to ourselves, from our intelligence and sexual orientation to our height, weight and food preferences. Where do these traits come from? Are we genetically pre-programmed? What can we learn from studying twins? Why do they display so many similar characteristics even when raised apart? Beyond hereditary and experience, is there also something else in the mix that makes us who we are?
Where does our individuality come from?
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What makes us who we are?
As any parent will attest, raising kids comes with many challenges and questions. Perhaps the most fundamental: nature versus nurture. Research now shows that there may be...