Saturday, March 10, 2007

Genes cause children to misbehave?

Possibly, according to findings published in the journal, Child Development. The study involved 2,051 children and examined whether marital conflict played a role in the conduct of children.

The researcher's conclusions? That marital strife is less a factor for producing disruptive behavior than one's genetic inheritance.

What does that imply? Not really sure. Perhaps that, when looking for a life partner, a person should not choose someone who tends to be volatile and on a short fuse, both for the sake of their prospective marriage and for the sake of their future child's inherited characteristics. But, then, when it comes to looking for a mate, isn't this obvious?

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