Evaluation And Labeling Of How A Human Being Acts Based On The Environment

790 Words May 14th, 2016 4 Pages
The process to describing a person and understanding their identity can be quite challenging when actually comprehending their genetic interaction type of life style. The journey is interesting and helpful when we actually get down to the core idea of what makes a person who they are. However, the process became a lot easier with the idea of enlisting three traits to describe and make up a person’s identity. The three traits are Passive, Evocative, and Active. Within these three, we can fully understand why people act the way they do based on the environment that they were raised in. These three traits allows researches to examine a person personality or identity based on the life style that they parents lived and currently are living, and relate back to how their child behaves or acts.
The three traits that were created to focus the examination and labeling of how a human being acts based on the environment that they were put in. The first trait is known as the passive trait of a human being. This is where “Children inherit genetic tendencies from their parents, and parents also provide an environment that matches their own genetic tendencies” (Santrock, 2015, pg. 66). In which we can understand the reasoning as to why a child tends to choose the sport or activity that they want to master when they are growing up. Based on the reasoning that they want to be like their parents, and the parents want them to be like them when they were younger. Thus, promoting the parent to…

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