Yes, childhood is a key factor in who people are in adulthood. Traumatic events in childhood create phobias, likes and dislikes, and even core personality features. For example, children that are abused tend to be abusive parents. The flip side is also true, college students succeed more if they have support from their parents. Also, siblings come into play. Children with opposite-sex siblings tend to have happier marriages if they are wed to the opposite sex.
Yes, childhood experiences determine behavior later in life
It is clear that experiences in childhood encode and determine behavior later in adult life.
Childhood rearing and experience determines the future behaviour of person
The child's mind is like a wet clay. Parent, Society and overall environment moulds it's shape for future. the better the finishing the brighter the future, the better warmth provided the stronger the future. hence, childhood experiences do play a pivotal role in determining the behaviour in later life.Explore
No, childhood experiences do no influence adult behavior
Behavior is a choice in the moment, not determined by past experience.
Childhood experiences influences, but does not determine adult behavior
The past can form reactions to the present but it is not deterministic of adult behavior.
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