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Experience causes learning if it results in
a. a cognitive understanding of what has changed.
b. internal changes in the organism which may or may not be detectable.
c. a relatively permanent change in behaviour, capability, or attitude.
d. maturation of the targeted area.
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Correct: Learning is defined as a relatively permanent change in behaviour that results from experience, but is not as a result of illness, injury, or maturation.
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