The nature-nurture debate revolves around the issue of which aspects of human ability, personality and general behavior is genetically predetermined and which is learned through childhood and life. Simon-Binet's theory of intelligence, which posits a universal intelligence would be a theory that falls into the nature-nurture discourse, specifically advocating for intelligence being a genetically inherited ability. A strong argument could be made that nurture has a bigger effect on intelligence that nature, as proper nurture is needed in order to develop any predispositions for intelligence into their full capacity.
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