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Three-year-old Carrie points to a truck and proudly announces that it is a car. Her mother corrects her by saying, “No, Carrie, that is a truck.” This is an example of
a. reinforcement learning in action.
b. a simple mistake by a child, with little connection to language development.
c. negative instances of the concept car.
d. an inappropriate correction of language.
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Correct: Through positive and negative instances of a concept, such as illustrated in this question, we more clearly formulate useful concepts.
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