"To what extent are our lives shaped by early stimulation, by parents, and by peers?"

"Is there any one who could tell me about the extension of lives shaped by early stimulation, by parents, and by peers."
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"During maturation, a child’s brain changes as neural connections increase in areas associated with stimulating activity, and unused synapses degenerate. Parents influence their children in areas such as manners and political and religious beliefs, but not in other areas, such as personality. Language and other behaviors are shaped by peer groups, as children adjust to fit in. By choosing their children’s neighborhoods and schools, parents can exert some influence over peer group culture."
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