I have a hypothesis regarding adult behaviour. I don't think it is the MAJOR contributing factor, but I personally think that at a young age, children are taught how they are supposed to act through their toys. For example, girls played with Barbies in order to teach them that fashion, and looking good are good morals (not that I agree), and boys are given cars, teaching them to love cars, and want to fix things in the future. I was raised on video games, and now I want a Bachelor in Information Technology.
And suggestions whether this could be a contributing factor on behaviour for adults, teens, and children?
I was brought up with toy cars and banned from a screwdriver of anykind ( I used to take apart everything ) and now I have a real car which I cant help but take apart and modify (sirens + strobes, pod filter, bore, painted rims & bumper etc..) and I suppose if I had no upbringing with cars then I would have no interest.. so yea.
Psychology and sociology based
It increased a role toward a certain subject in the future
Originally Posted by Extravagant
The problem is that we're people. People are shitty beings, you just gotta keep that in mind.
"Science is interesting, and if you don't agree you can fuck off." - Richard Dawkins "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." - Albert Einstein
Originally Posted by Lehsyrus
Troll nomination. Allah and Muhammad for 1400 years of bullshit.