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Explain the person's life in terms of nature/nurture influences
Select a biography to read on which to base your Final Project. Think about leaders, artists, composers, researchers, professors, otherwise influential people, etc. The person you choose should be someone who has had animpact (positive or negative) on others and/or society.

Your Final Paper should be 8–10 pages of written text, not including references.

For each of the following, explain the development and outcomes of the person's life in terms of the appropriate constructs, processes, and theories of development. Address as many of the ages and stages as possible and which are relevant.
  • Explain the person's life in terms of nature/nurture influences.
  • Provide an analysis of the role cognitive, physical, and social-emotional development/changes played in the person's life.
  • Explain major milestones and turning points in the person's life with the theories that best explain each. Include both classical and contemporary theories and use as many as is fitting.
  • Explain the impact of diversity* on the person's life (success, lack of success, struggles, challenges, decisions, etc.). .
*Diversity includes gender, race, ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, etc.

The person I chose to do the project on is Kenneth B. Clark born in the panama canal on july 14. 

Explain the person's life in terms of nature/nurture influences

Select a biography to read on which to base your Final Project. Think about leaders, artists, composers, researchers, professors, otherwise influential people, etc. The person you choose should be someone who has had animpact (positive or negative) on others and/or society.
Your Final Paper should be 8–10 pages of written text, not including references.
For each of the following, explain the development and outcomes of the person's life in terms of the appropriate constructs, processes, and theories of development. Address as many of the ages and stages as possible and which are relevant.
  • Explain the person's life in terms of nature/nurture influences.
  • Provide an analysis of the role cognitive, physical, and social-emotional development/changes played in the person's life.
  • Explain major milestones and turning points in the person's life with the theories that best explain each. Include both classical and contemporary theories and use as many as is fitting.
  • Explain the impact of diversity* on the person's life (success, lack of success, struggles, challenges, decisions, etc.). .
*Diversity includes gender, race, ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, etc.
The person I chose to do the project on is Kenneth B. Clark born in the panama canal on july 14.