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The nature-or-nurture debate weaves itself through nearly every part of psychology. This is especially true in the development of children.
Which of the following analogies best describes the relationship between Vygotsky's work and Chomsky's work?
Chomsky is to development as Vygotsky is to stagnation.
Vygotsky is to nature as Chomsky is to nurture.
Vygotsky is to nurture as Chomsky is to nature.
Chomsky is to critical period as Vygotsky is to nature.
Vygotsky is to Wernicke’s area as Chomsky is to Broca's area.