Identical twins raised in the same home grow up to have very different personalities. But then twins growing up in two different homes share a multitude of similarities, from color preference to temperament.
A man and a woman have a conversation, but each comes away with a very different interpretation of what was discussed.
Two people witness the same criminal act, but report contrary details on what they saw.
Quandaries like these can be explained by looking at how biological and physiological influences determine behavior and the brain's intake of information. You'll learn that some things can be influenced by environment, memory, emotion, gender, and even how well you slept last night. Psychology as a Natural Science takes you on a journey through the numerous factors that influence human behavior and the brain.