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4 September, 23:18

Nursery school children were shown a film of two men, johnny and rocky, playing with toys. when johnny wouldn't share, rocky clobbered him, marching off with all the toys in a sack. what did one-way mirror observations afterwards show about the behavior of children who had viewed this film compared to those who had not?

a. the children who had seen the film behaved more aggressively with toys and sometimes showed almost exact imitations of rocky.

b. the children who had seen the film went out of their way to share toys with others.

c. the children who had seen the film were afraid to touch any of the toys for fear rocky would come in and clobber them.

d. the children did not differ from one another in their play with the toys or in other behaviors.

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  1. 5 September, 00:30
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    The right answer is "A. the children who had seen the film behaved more aggressively with toys and sometimes showed almost exact imitations of rocky". This example is based on the theory of observational learning, this type of learning happens when we first learn by observing and then imitating the behavior of other people. It is the most common type of learning.

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