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Sentence Equivalence #Q11-nature versus nurture debate

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Researchers interested in the nature versus nurture debate use identical twins who were separated at birth to explore which personality characteristics are ___________ comparable to those that arise through experience.
 Intractable
 Nascent
 Erudite
 Innate
 Predilection
 Instinctive

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\(D,F\). Explanation: We are looking for synonyms of intrinsic. The best fits are innate and instinctive.
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Re: Sentence Equivalence #Q11-nature versus nurture debate [#permalink] New post 28 Apr 2016, 05:43
Two areas of discussion in the first sentence: Nature and Nurture. “Comparable to” poised in between these two areas. As latter part of “Comparable to” talks about Nurture-Characteristic arises from experience, the first part must be related to Nature-Innate and Instinctive.
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