#667 - Nancy Segal - What Twins Separated At Birth Teach Us About Nature vs Nurture
Nancy Segal is a professor at California State University, an author and one of the most prominent twin-study researchers on the planet.
What makes you the person you are? Is it your genetics or your environment? When twins are either accidentally or purposefully separated at birth, it presents a fascinating view into this debate, shedding light on the influence of both traits and environments on the outcomes we get in life.
Expect to learn the craziest similarities between twins who have been raised apart, how it's possible to have a pair of twins born at the same time to two different fathers, what happens when twins meet for the first time, what you can learn from triplets that you can’t learn from twins, just how big of an impact genes and environment are on the traits we see in people, how important of a role chance plays in our lives and much more...
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