Personality development theory
This paper will serve as a fact sheet and will answer questions pertaining to the gene environment and interaction influence personalities, personality expressions in cultures, twin studies, temperament, and the characteristics of constancy over a period of time. The term personality was originated from a specific place and is exponentially more complex although there are some assumptions when developing theories on personality alone.
Any type of behaviors that are produced by a conscious choice is known as a free will or forces that are deemed as determined by a person’s control. In my opinion, free will expressions are contrary to the power to choose their actions and the extremity of influence in factors of heredity is none other than influenced by environmental factors. The term personality was originated from a specific place and is exponentially more complex although there are some assumptions when developing theories on personality alone. These factors are learned behaviors in which plays a significant role in the predetermined role of personality traits. For instance; if I do not follow good eating techniques I am most likely to contract high blood pressure and diabetes like my grandparents, aunts and uncles or possibly heart disease like my mother. For these reasons it can definitely be assumed that we as human beings do have free will and the choices we make are sometimes life changing whether the results are good or bad. Heredity is could be viewed as a maker or breaker and in my case it was a breaker because I have diabetes and high blood pressure but the choices that I made were impacted by my own free will and environment. A gene environment influences personality by way of intermediate traits or outcome measures that serves as a mediate effect of genetically drawn environmental influences especially on risk behaviors. The biological determinants are proximal to these measures are considered risk behaviors all in...
References: Jerome Kagan. (2013). The Biography Channel website. Retrieved 03:41, Apr 02, 2013, from http://www.biography.com/people/jerome-kagan-9359424.
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