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Tutor profile: Jessica T.

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Jessica T.
Tutor For Four Years, Substance Abuse Counselor and Yoga Teacher in Training
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Subject: Psychology

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What was the Bobo Doll Experiment and what is its impact on the field of Psychology?

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Answer:

The Bobo Doll Experiment was conducted by Albert Bandura who aimed to demonstrate behavioral influences in psychology. The experiment involved children watching adults conduct specific behaviors toward an inanimate object (the Bobo doll), many of which were specifically aggressive behaviors. Then, when left alone with the doll, the children who watched the demonstration of aggressive behaviors demonstrated similar aggressive behaviors themselves. This experiment showed that social behaviors like aggression can be influenced by observation.

Subject: Biology

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What cell organelle is known as the "powerhouse of the cell" and provides energy production for cells?

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Answer:

The mitochondria is the organelle that is commonly known as the "powerhouse of the cell" and provides energy for the cell.

Subject: English

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What are the five essential parts of plot? Please describe these components in detail.

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The five essential parts of plot include Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution. Exposition is the introduction where characters, setting, and basic information is presented. Rising Action is where the conflict is introduced and begins to peak the interest of the reader. Climax is the peak of the story where it becomes the most intense and dramatic, and acts as a turning point toward Falling Action. Falling Action follows the Climax and leads toward the resolution. Resolution is where the story concludes and provides some kind of outcome for the reader.

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