I.D.: How Heredity and Experience Make You Who You Are

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Random House Incorporated, Jan 1, 1996 - Psychology - 234 pages
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An award-winning journalist and science writer provides a fascinating, beautifully written explanation of why we are and who we are--the biological and environmental determinants of that most elusive of human qualities: individuality.

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What makes us the way we are? Can an individual change his or her behavior? These are the questions that Gallagher (The Power of Place, LJ 3/1/94) attempts to answer in this introductory discussion of ... Read full review

Contents

HOW WE BEGAN
59
Codes of Behavior
140
HOW WE COULD BE
155
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About the author (1996)

Winifred Gallagher is an author and she has also written for numerous magazines. She lives in Manhattan and Long Eddy, New York.

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