From the biological side of things to how we're nurtured, a lot of what goes on in childhood influences how we turn out as adults.
And while there isn't a set recipe for ensuring achievement and happiness in adulthood, psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors from childhood that can predict success.
In 2011, one fatality involved dogs from up to four different dog breeds, thus producing a "death credit" total of 34 rather than 31.
Up to seven dog breeds contributed to one death: Alaskan malamute, American bulldog, "bulldog" (American or English not specified), cane corso, doberman pinscher, German shepherd and Japanese akita.
One pit bull, with a history of violent behavior, was penned up the yard.
The couple's other dog, a pit bull-mix, was loose and found with blood on it.
He is also a suspect in at least two unsolved murders in New York.
He and his sisters were raised by his mother in suburban Los Angeles. He joined the United States Army in 1960, where he served as a clerk."From an early age, these skills can determine whether a child goes to college or prison, and whether they end up employed or addicted." If your parents divorce when you're super-young, you'll likely have poor relationships with them in adulthood.If your parents split up when you were between 3 and 5, you'll probably have an insecure relationship with them when you're an adult, especially in the case of fathers, according to a University of Illinois study.Most of his victims were alleged to be sex workers and other women in vulnerable situations, including underage runaways.The press gave him his nickname after the first five victims were found in the Green River before his identity was known.