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How do I get information on nature vs nurture?

What are the differences?
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2014  |  3 Views
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The library has a lot of information on that issue. It's a topic that is related to science, psychology, child development and other subjects. What class is this for? That would help narrow the search. 

A quick overview of the library website, note the tabs "Search everything," "Books and videos" etc. Search everything will look through everything MATC has access to: articles, books, online video, etc. Search the term "nature and nurture" in the white box. Make sure to include the word and. You should see Search Results of 16000+. 

For a definition and brief overivew of the topic, look at the first item on the list, titled "Nature versus nurture debate."

To examine more of our items, look at the left side of the screen. Here are useful things that can help narrow the search. Checking the "Full text" box will limit the search to full articles. Checking "Catalog only" will limit the search to books or videos. Other options are to narrow by published date, type of resource, and many others. 

Let me know if you need more assistance,

Diane Kercheck


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