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Week Two Discussion One Jacob’s reaction to the mean monkey was different than Patrick’s reaction to the mean monkey. Jacob first of all is eighteen months younger than Patrick who therefore affected his ability to understand that he could trick the monkey and pick the card that he did not like so the mean monkey would pick that card and leave him the card that he liked. The woman performed the experiment several times with Jacob and his answer was always the same. Jacob would always pick the same card that he liked and would watch the mean monkey take it from him. Patrick on the other hand realized that after the mean monkey took the card he picked the first time, he knew to choose differently the second time. Patrick was able to comprehend that if he chose the card he did not like the mean monkey would pick whatever card he would choose.
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