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  1. Why “or”? And

    It is born and develops. Those that develop, stay with him and improve. Those potentials that are ignored-die away as unnecessary )

  2. In fact, we are all born with the same potential, but with different predispositions to something. The extent to which we develop certain skills depends on the environment in which we will live and develop. Well, there are the following confirmations for this statement: �

    1. An example of this is the development model of schizophrenia( fetal development+ parental genes+ the environment in which the person grew up+ whether the person experienced severe shocks = schizophrenia).�

    Schizophr Bull. 2007 Sep; 33(5): 1171–1177.�

    Published online 2006 Nov 14. doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbl058

    PMCID:�PMC2632355

    PMID: 17105966

    2. Also in the United States in the 1950s, an experiment was conducted that is now perceived as criminal from the point of view of ethics and morality-Twin Studies. Twins born to unfavorable families were sent to an adoption agency immediately after birth; parents who accepted children into the family signed a contract stating that they agreed to have their child monitored by a psychologist( parents were told that scientists had started conducting research in the maternity hospital, but no one specified which study), and parents also signed an agreement that they would not find out the child's past, only after signing these papers the children were given As a result of the study, it turned out that the character, behavior and”talents” of children were different and they were formed by upbringing, and not by genetic predisposition.

    Indian J Community Med. 2016 Jul-Sep; 41(3): 177–182.�

    doi: 10.4103/0970-0218.183593

    PMCID:�PMC4919929

    PMID: 27385869

    1. The income of the family in which a person grew up affects their cognitive abilities. �

    National differences in intelligence, crime, income, and skin color

    Intelligence 37 (4), 341-346, 2009

  3. Both. A musical ear can be set, but for this it must at least be in theory. Many people sing so badly, even though they try very hard, and they do it sincerely, that it is impossible to listen anyway. Y tube is full of mediocre covers from all sorts of soulful Latinos, where they cry and sing all sorts of lambadas, but when you watch this, you also want to cry. A person is born with a certain brain structure. Someone is born with a very developed spatial intelligence, and therefore they already start drawing maps of the area from childhood, memorizing the road well. Another person may not develop this skill even in adulthood and suffer from topographical dullness, although everyone has to walk around and remember everything in the same way, and navigate around themselves. This skill works for everyone, but not everyone has developed it. So with almost all abilities. We are really good at doing only what we have always been able to do, what was formed in our brain at birth.

  4. Everyone is born with a huge learning potential. This can be seen by watching a child learn a language. At this time, his brain performs complex operations that help the baby understand which word belongs to which sound, how to distinguish intonations and imitate them. Over time, a person has to process an increasing amount of information. And it's not always useful. We are immersed in information noise, and in a day the brain is forced to deal with tons of new information. The brain gets tired and it becomes more difficult for it to perceive new things and learn. But the ability to learn doesn't go away.

    By properly dosing the amount of information we consume, we can make progress in learning and learning new things throughout our lives. The brain develops regardless of age. The proof of this is the theory of neuroplasticity, according to which synaptic connections in the brain are a thing that undergoes constant changes. Their number can and should be increased in order to live a full life.

    How do I start developing? Everyone should decide on their own, based on their own inclinations and interests. You can, for example, try to improve your cognitive functions: thinking, memory, and attention by working out on special simulators. Improving these qualities will have a positive impact on both your personal life and professional sphere. At any age, it is not too late to start learning foreign languages — it perfectly develops the brain and helps it stay in good shape, regardless of age. Therefore, if you have a desire to develop — drop your prejudices and start doing what you really like.

  5. Any biological organism is born with potential, the more complex the structure of neocortical areas and the structure of society, the more difficult it is to find your vocation and place in life. A real terrier is a pied piper by definition and it is not necessary to teach it, people have more difficult, you can develop any hobby, but children's interest develops easily, without difficulties and with minimal support(now everyone has it – this is the Internet). The range of hobbies of a child depends on the hobbies of their parents, often people change their profession at about 30 years old, or they reach heights in their hobbies, I know one highly professional saxophonist who drives in rallies, out of competition, for their own money. If I grew up in a family of motorspotsmen, I probably wouldn't be able to play sax))

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