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TITLE: Nature & nurture [videorecording].
SERIES: The human animal.
PUBLISHED: Princeton , NJ (US) : Films for the humanities & sciences, 1991..
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (52 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Original copy.
NOTES: Executive producer, Jack Willis; senior producer, Wendy Roth; producer Martin Carr; script by Hank Whittemore; director Joel Banow; associate producer, Pamela Mason Wagner; associate editor, Paul SRP.
NOTES: This program looks at identical twins separated at birth and finds some fascinating answers - that some 10 to 15% of children are born with a slight tendency to be very outgoing or very apprehensive; that there may be a chemical predisposition to seeking danger or high risk. But biology is not everything: a supportive environment helps to produce well- adjusted adults while a hostile home can produce the contrary. Says Phil Donahue: " Nature is what we got. Nurture is what we decide to have. No other animal has that choice."
NOTES: English.
NOTES: Originally produced in 1986 in Los Angeles by Multimedia Entertainment.
NOTES: Story by Phil Donahue.
ADDED ENTRY: Donahue, Phil.
ADDED ENTRY: Willis, Jack.
ADDED ENTRY: Carr, Martin.
ADDED ENTRY: Banow, Joel.
ADDED ENTRY: Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
ADDED ENTRY: Multimedia Entertainment Inc.

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