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Social learning theory emphasize that:
A: observation and imitation play crucial role in the gender -typing process.
B: children only learn gender -typed behaviours if they have been directly rewarded for them.
C: children will not learn gender-typed behaviours if the same -sex paren is absent from the home.
D: all of these statements are true

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