innateness

Behaviorism vs Innateness - What's the difference?

behaviorism | innateness |


As nouns the difference between behaviorism and innateness

is that behaviorism is an approach to psychology focusing on behavior, denying any independent significance for mind and assuming that behavior is determined by the environment while innateness is the condition of being innate.

Behaviorist vs Innateness - What's the difference?

behaviorist | innateness |


As nouns the difference between behaviorist and innateness

is that behaviorist is one who studies behavior of humans or animals while innateness is the condition of being innate.

Taxonomy vs Innateness - What's the difference?

taxonomy | innateness |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and innateness

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while innateness is the condition of being innate.

Innateness vs Inbornness - What's the difference?

innateness | inbornness | Synonyms |

Innateness is a synonym of inbornness.


As nouns the difference between innateness and inbornness

is that innateness is the condition of being innate while inbornness is the quality or state of being inborn.

Innateness vs Innate - What's the difference?

innateness | innate |

Innateness is a derived term of innate.


As a noun innateness

is the condition of being innate.

As a adjective innate is

inborn; native; natural; as, innate vigor; innate eloquence.

As a verb innate is

to cause to exist; to call into being.