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Flashcard sets with a 'rewards' term meaning 'people do not always demonstrate the behaviors that they observe. according to albert bandura, a social cognitive psychologist, what is the key to demonstrating observed behaviors?'

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    That the observer is aware of the parts of the observed behavior and is able to do them, the model is rewarded, the appropriate situations occur for this behavior and the observer's copied behavior is reinforced.

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    According to the all-or-none law:
    a. all axons in area will fight at a given signal.
    b. an axom moves fromits resting state with various degress of stimulation.

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