• Accueil
  • English
  • How does empathy enable a person to establish genu...

How does empathy enable a person to establish genuine relationship with others?

Answers

  • Réponse publiée par: 09389706948

    Empathy enables a person to establish genuine relationship with other people because of mutual understanding. They understand each other and that connection makes a relationship real and solid.

  • Réponse publiée par: jemuelpogi

    answer: nature

    explanation: there has always been a large controversy over whether inherited genes or the environment influences and effects our personality, development, behavior, intelligence and ability. this

    controversy is most often recognized as the nature verses nurture

    conflict. some people believe that it is strictly genes that effect our

    ways of life, others believe that it is the environment that effects us,

    and some believe that both of these influence our behavior. either way,

    social scientists have been struggling for centuries deciding whether

    our personalities are born or made. tests are done often on identical

    twins that were separated to see how they are each influenced by their

    separate environments.

    in the past twenty years, it has been discovered that there is a genetic component to every human trait and behavior. however, genetic influence on traits and behavior is partial because genetics account on

    average for half of the variation of most traits. urie bronfrenbrenner,

    who studies genetics, said, "it is not nature vs. nurture, but the

    interaction of nature and nurture that drives development." researchers

    are finding that the balance between genetic and environmental

    influences for certain traits change as people get older. also, people

    may react to us in a certain way because of a genetically influenced

    personality and, we may choose certain experiences because they fit best

    with our instinctive preferences. this means that our experiences may

    be influenced by our genetic tendencies. one way researchers study the

    development of traits and behaviors is by measuring the influence of

    genetics through out ones life span, and it is found to be that the

    genetic influence on certain trait increase as people age. a research

    was done to see whether a trait would show up in a child if it was

    environmentally influenced or genetically influenced. a child was given

    more negative attention than another was, and it increased the chances

    of the child having depressive symptoms and anti-social behavior. but

    these symptoms disappeared when accounted for genetic influences and how

    parents treat their children.

    there are three types of gene/environment relations. the first

    one is called a passive correlation. it is to be explained as, for

    example, if a musical ability was genetic, and a child was passed a

    musical ability trait, than the child would most likely have musically

    inclined parents. their parents then would provide them with the genes

    and environment to promote the development of that ability. the second

    one is called evocative. this happens when genetically distinct people

    evoke different reactions from peers and parents and others. and the

    third association is called an active correlation. this is when people

    actively select experiences that fit with their genetically influenced

    preferences. this doesn't mean that there are no environmental

    influences on behavior, because, for example, it is found to be that a

    loss of a parent during childhood promotes alcoholism in women. it is

    also shown that genetics play a big role in influencing people within

    society. leadership is a big quality that everyone has and there is a

    wide range of variations. heritability is what researchers call 'the

    degree to which behavioral variations within a population can be

    accounted for by genes.' heritability is what is found to make up a lot

    of one's personality. for quite some time scientists have been trying

    to draw a line between heredity and leadership also. there is no single

    leadership personality. even intelligence can only go so far with

    leadership. it also involves how people make decisions, and how they

    give and carry out rules, how they are involved with a group, and how

    they inspire and respect others. the list of characteristics is

    endless.

    although genes seem to play as a map for a person's life,

    researchers caution that genes act only as an influence. anyone who has

    enough will or a strong enough experience could effect the way they act

    or react for the rest of their life. in other words, if an

    environmental background is changed, the amount of variation that is due

    to genetics can change.

    in conclusion, it is safe to say that the role of genetics and the

    environment equalize people's traits and behavior. you cannot blame

    either one because without one, the other would not be activated. genes

    effect a lot of your personality and behavior but the environment

    mutates and molds the way people are going to act. this will always be

    an ongoing controversy because it is nearly impossible to pin point

    accurately where the role of genes and the environment steps in.

Connaissez-vous la bonne réponse?
How does empathy enable a person to establish genuine relationship with others?...