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Thalia’s two-year old brother Dean watches her whenever she brushes her teeth. One night, Thalia gave Dean a toothbrush, and he imitated her actions. Dean now knows to brush his teeth before going to bed, and he sometimes leads Thalia to the bathroom sink to brush their teeth together. Which theory supports the idea that Dean learned behaviors from observing how his sister acts?
I will have to agree with you on this one :) social learning
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Which of the following situations best shows that intelligence, but not creativity, can be measured by a test?
Ricky thinks that despite his below-average exam results, he is a genius because he plays more musical instruments than his “smartest” classmate.
Isabel is the teacher’s pet because she usually gets a perfect score in all subjects and always has imaginative ideas.
Osmond was classified as having superior intelligence, but his grades in art are never higher than his grades in math.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Eunice has won painting competitions and was recently chosen as a spokesperson for students with intellectual disabilities.
I am going to agree with you again :)
The ability to sing one’s national anthem, such as “The Star-Spangled Banner,” without much difficulty would most likely be a result of
you knew what you were doing all along....way to go :)