Origins of behaviors have over the years remained controversial and of great interest among different groups of people. This is in relation to all living organisms ranging from human beings to ants. Research on the field of behaviors has shown that each group of population behave arbitrary distinctive in reference to a binary choice of problem (Junginger, Claypoole & Renilo-Laygo, 2006). It has also been realized that offspring of the initial population behave identically to their parents. Junginger, Claypoole & Renilo-Laygo (2006) indicated that that behaviors linked to reproductive success will always survive while those that are less reproductively successful will disappear at exponential rates. Different theories have been established concerning origins of behaviors. In this regards, social learning theory has been the most outstanding, whereby it has explicitly demonstrated the concept of origins of behaviors.