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After watching golf on TV several times with her father, 7-year-old Michelle learned how to swing a club even before she actually had one in her hands. What kind of learning took place?

  • psychology -

    What are your choices?

  • psychology -

    Can you consider modeling and/or imitation?

  • Adult Development and Life Assessment -

    Sue the choices he would have been given were probably...

    Operant Conditioning
    Social Learning
    Classical Conditioning
    Cognitive Awareness

    I Chose...Social Learning

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