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Unformatted text preview: of imitative behavior, and the non-aggressive group also showed a high degree of imitative behavior. The authors feel their hypotheses were generally supported with results as expected. Overall the groups responded to the experiments as predicted with a strong amount of behavior imitating the models. From a critical point-of-view it is hard to find fault with this experiment, the predictions, or results. However, I cannot help but wonder about the effect of the modeled behavior over a longer term. Would the modeled behavior have staying power in the subjects or does the effect decay over 24-28 hours or even 14-30 days? And finally, I must ask how this addresses the effect of repeated exposure to this type of modeled behavior? Submitted September 23, 2009...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY psy1000 taught by Professor Cico during the Fall '09 term at Brevard Community College.
- Fall '09