How the natural aspects of a two twins confer according to the social aspects that he/she encounters.
Many people marvel at the creation of twins, especially identical ones. How do they look so similar, yet act so different? Do they think alike? Is it possible for them to become telepathic because of their identical genetic makeup? The questions usually leave people pondering for a while, but in the end it all comes down to one thing; Nature versus Nurture.
What is nature versus nurture? Nature refers to the biological dispositions and the genetic makeup that forms the person as he/she is. Nurture is the environmental factor that influences the person. When identical twins are raised, these two factors are what makes a person who they are.
Identical Twins are created from the same egg and sperm cells, through what is called a mono-zygotic process. This means there is one zygote, which explains why the “identical” twins look so much alike. Research states that identical twins share ninety-nine percent of the same genes. Because of these similar genes, the physical appearance only differs slightly.
The nature of the two twins allows them to both accept jobs with some type of motherly role involved. This is because they were both created to have natural dispositions to be mothers, therefore they both love children very much. However, they do not choose the same exact job due to the social factors to differ the opinions and thought processes of choosing a pathway of their life, which led on to making them have different jobs.
The temperament of the two women would also be effected by biological and social factors. When it comes to compassion with others, they both show to be swayed to help people’s feelings. This mostly a biological factor, thus implanting genes in each twin to have that feeling of compassion towards others. When it comes to socializing amongst other personnel, Kerri tends to be shy while Kristi would be predominantly extroverted, and reaching out to others. This drastic difference in actions among others can only be attributed to the nurturing of each of the twins’ environments.
While the inheritance by both of the twins is very high-around ninety nine percent-there is still room for the environmental factors to change each twin. A couple of traits that vary in between twins are height, ability to be bored, depression, and alcoholism, also there are many more.
The biological rhythms and sleeping patterns of twins will be nearly identical, because these type of actions are inherited directly from the parents. The patterns are programmed into us as soon as conception is developed. Environmental factors can, however, temporarily disrupt biological patterns. Something that may disrupt a pattern could be drugs, or staying awake later than your body wants to.
Women most generally seek out roles in the community that serve as individuals that are caring, such as motherly titles like: a doctor, a teacher, a nurse, a mentor, and so on. The society and personal experiences of each person shapes them to form opinions. Opinions, over time, will become concrete thoughts that force a person to act a certain way when presented with being associated with that such job. As an example; if Kristi had a fantastic teacher in her primary grades of being schooled, she may have developed a sense of fascination with being a teacher herself, because she looked up to one of her teachers. She may tend to override all of the other teachers that appear sinister, classifying them as not so much of a teacher, because her idea of a teacher was concretely formed by her favorite teacher.
As an infant, and as soon as we are able to perceive actions and develop thoughts, we are constantly being formed by our environment. If we were cherished to talk as an infant, we would quickly observe and form an opinion that we are rewarded for talking, so we talk more and more often. Following this pattern will shape an infant into a talkative, or even an extroverted type of person when we mature further along the way. The little things such as this overtime become part of us, forming both our id, ego, and superego.
To sum up the article, there are two things that make a person who they are. Biological inheritance of genes, and social influence from the environment. These factors are very differential, which is why each person is uniquely him or herself.
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