pacts on self identification, which can create either be negative or positive stereotypes consequently, it primes the bad and good effects and actually the stereotypes tends to have biased judgments and behaviors of both the members and non-members of the stereotype group regardless of the statistical significance.
The belief in biologically established stereotypes, along with abilities tends to increase the behavioral personality that relates to such stereotypes and moreover, this seems to impair the intellectual performance.
Similarly, the nature versus nurture debate, the nurture component seems to be a more explicit explanation for IQ variance in adulthood, despite the fact that in childhood, the nurture component offers a clear explanation of IQ variance. The conflict between the two does not support the two theories; therefore it is a negative fact (Debate 34).
This relates to the notions of negative freedom through taking into consideration the institutional constraints that drive personal choices as well as the requirements of personal capacity, physical reality and