Click on the link below or copy and paste it into your web browserURL address box at the top of your screen and watch the brief interview of Dr. Laurence Steinberg about nature’s versusnurture’s impact on human development.https://bigthink.com/videos/why-some-apples-fall-far-from-the-treeIn this video with accompanying transcript, Dr. Laurence Steinberg, Professor of Psychology at Temple University, explains the latest research findings into the nature versusnurture debate, highlighting the need to break down the false dichotomy between genes and the environment.By Wednesday of this week, for your initial post, share your thoughts on the message from Dr. Steinberg combined with the following based your own knowledge and experience:Think about and compare two people you know.Each one of these two individuals has what you might suspect is a genetic propensity for being a leader.In other words, you have seen evidence that both of these acquaintances of yours were born with leadership ability.However, one of your acquaintances has become a leader and the other has not.What can you identify as the difference, today, between these two personalities? First share why you think both of them have a genetic temperament to be a leader and then why you think one became a leader and the other did not. What main cause do you believe is the reason that one of them is a leader and the other is not? Remember to take into account what Dr. Steinberg told us.Post a minimum of 250 wordsBecause scholarly discussion and related student interaction within a learning community are such essential aspects of online learning, participation is graded and required.Forum post source citation is not required for forum posting in our class.This is because we are engaging in conversation that happens to be in writing form, not composing essays or research papers. You will, however, need to paraphrase (restate in your own words) any words of published authors in parts of your posts that are based on their work. Copying of published material, which is plagiarism, is prohibited and any instances of it, including forum posts, will result in a zero score without an option for re-submission to recoup lost points and a report sent to the Registrar’s Office per University policy.Discussion forum posts will be graded on verbal expression, critical thinking, making an effort to not just participate in but contribute to the dialog with initial and reply posts of a substantive nature commensurate with graduate level studies. Posts must have correct grammatical construction, spelling, and punctuation with no texting or other casual style language.