Serendip is an independent site partnering with faculty at multiple colleges and universities around the world. Happy exploring!

Seta Palmer's blog

Seta Palmer's picture


         Sum Ins 08Sum Ins 08     

Seta Palmer's picture

Do Biological Factors, Like Genes, Contribute to a Students Classroom Behavior?


What indications are there that behavior has a biological basis?

Behavior often is species specific. People are distinctly different from all other species, for example no other mammal would destroy a habitat with callus afterthought. Also no animal period has as complex a mating process as humans. The actions themselves are simple, but the process of getting is complicated. These distinct actions all show that the human species’ has specific behavior.

Syndicate content