Introduction Human beings acquire behaviors, values, and way of thinking from a variety of sources. The most common ones are the surroundings in which a person lives, and his or her genetic makeup (Belsky & Pluess, 2009 p.346). These two sets of factors are commonly referred to as the nurture vs. nature concepts; they offer logical, credible explanations of human behavior. With specific reference to a person’s social skills as well as emotional maturity, the factors influencing these attributes also differ significantly. This diversity is well captured by the various theories of psychological development. Even so, the position taken in……………..
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