Nature vs. Nurture is a psychological debate pertaining to how someone's life is developed, relating to genetics, or their environment. Many people believe that there has to be one definitive answer to the question, "Which of the two accounts for how we are once we are grown up?" However, there are so many examples supporting both sides, that I think nature and nurture can play a part in our development.
The nurture theory believes that a child's development has nothing to do with their genetics, and is entirely based on how they are raised. An example of the Nurture theory is when John Watson raised an orphan who was afraid of loud noise, and banged a hammer every time he saw a rat. [http://parenting.families.com/blog/the-nurture-theory#] Soon enough, the orphan was terrified every time that he saw a rat. The nature theory believes that a child's development is entirely based on our genetics. An example of the nature theory is Identical Twin studies. Often times, twins separated at birth end up leading incredibly similar lives, and sometimes even getting each other the same present upon reuniting. Which side of the debate are you on?