Discussion Question The Woman Who Could Not Forget - Jill Price, psychology homework help

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Now that you've read the chapter on Learning, consider some things you learned through observational learning. What were those things?

Next, as you watch the following video, consider what it would be like to have a perfect memory as this woman has. Would you consider it to be a blessing or a curse? Why?

https://youtu.be/SoxsMMV538U <-----LINK TO THE VIDEO


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Observational learning is defined as the kind of learning through which individuals learn
new concepts or about certain aspects of life by watching others (Braaksma et al, P.405). For
instance, a child is not taught on how to walk but through watching the elderly walking, it learns
how to make simple steps; falling and at last walking. There are many things through life which I
have learnt through observation. They include: playing games such as football, cooking, singing
and clapping of hands, making of gestures and facial or body expressions and impressions; just
to name but a few. None taught me on ho...

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