anonymous
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Animals wrestling is a way of learning called _____. social learning playing insightful learning latent learning
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is it a biology question???????????????????????
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah why else would i be asking it in BIOLOGY?
anonymous
  • anonymous
social learning

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anonymous
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playing
anonymous
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I would say insightful because it is a mental manipulation of information with a problem. Animals wrestle so they can grow stronger and use it later to fight off other animals if they ever need to.
anonymous
  • anonymous
playing
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's playing. This is really more of an sociological/psychological question... I could give you examples of them all, but the simple fact is that when animals are wrestling, they are playing, so...
anonymous
  • anonymous
latent learning means-is a form of learning that is not immediately expressed in an overt response; it occurs without obvious reinforcement to be applied later. Latent learning is when an organism learns a new concept in its life, however, the knowledge is not immediately expressed. Instead, it remains dormant, and may not be available to consciousness, until specific events/experiences might need this knowledge to be demonstrated . For example a child may observe a parent setting the table or tightening a screw, but does not act on this learning for a year; then he finds out later on that he knows how to do these.
anonymous
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social learning..............it is a gud way to teach them survive in the wild

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