adolescents and other problems

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in social learning which one of the following behaviours has a high drive level?
a.eating sweets
b.washing dishes
c.cleaning a room
d. running
my answer is d

  • adolescents and other problems -

    "a high drive level" is internal rather than being caused by learning from others. Does that help you to choose the right answer?

  • adolescents and other problems -

    would it be a

  • adolescents and other problems -

    it says in the text that:
    the frequency of their behaviour is also directly controlled by how rewarding (reinforceing)or otherwise the result of the behaviour is.some behaviours are highly rewarding to children(e.g. watching tv,eating sweets,playing )and so they are often engaged in high frequency behaviour.other behaviours(e.g. washing dishes,cleaning their room ,doing homeowork )are less rewarding to children and are consequently less ofthen engaged in low frequency behaviour.the level of motivation(drive level)is also relevant to the occurrence of the behaviour.after school behaviours such as running,jumping,shouting ,playing etc. have a high- drive level -not having been indulged in all day.

  • adolescents and other problems -

    According to your text, either a or d is correct.

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    im thinking a ,anyone have any thoughts on this

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