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Video: The connection between toxic behaviours and the brain

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The role of nature and nurture in toxic behaviours

Some people’s brains are wired towards negative behaviours, but what role does genetics play in this, and how much of this arises from past experiences?

Both cognitive ability and personality are highly genetic in origin, along with integrity, but a tendency towards toxic behaviours can also be influenced by our values and skills.

Other factors, such as nutrition, family history, heart rate and brain activity, may play a role.

Let’s explore the relationship between toxic behaviours and the brain.

The role of nature and nurture in toxic behaviours

Watch the video to understand the effect that our genetics has on our tendency towards counterproductive behaviours at work, and how our family environment, diet and past experience also play a role.

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