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Subject: Writing

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What is the meaning of the eccentric in the following sentence? Our baseball team's pitcher has a few eccentric habits, such as throwing fourteen warm-up pitches and never wearing socks.

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Strange

Subject: Psychology

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What is the biopsychosocial theory in Psychology?

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The biopsychosocial theory can be used to explain the interactions that biology, psychology, and society have on an individual and their symptoms they are experiencing. It is a holistic approach that can be used to look at all aspects of an individual's life in order to understand the development of illness.

Subject: Early Childhood Education

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What is the Zone of Proximal Development?

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The Zone of Proximal Development is the space between current cognitive development and potential cognitive development. The Zone refers to what a student can achieve with support from a teacher. When a goal is too low, the student may give up or finish early. When the goal is too high, the student will get frustrated because they cannot complete the task on their own.

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