Exam 2

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Social learning theorists emphasize that
a. observation and imitation play a crucial role in the gender-typing process
b. children will exhibit only those gender-typed behaviors for which they have been directly rewarded
c. children will not learn gender-typed behaviors if the same-sex parent is absent from the home
d. all of these statements are true

Answer:
a. obsevation and imitation play a crucial role in the gender-typing process

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