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In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank talks about how we learn by observation... and how that can mean beating the tar out of an inanimate clown named Bobo.
Table of Contents
Limitations of Classical and Operant Conditioning 01:58:09
Basics of Learning 02:24:23
Mirror Neurons 07:20:16
The Bobo Doll Experiment 0:00:00
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