Dr. brimfield believes that humans learn best when they are given the opportunity to act on their environments and make associations between their behavior and the resulting consequences. dr. brimfield believes in a. operant conditioning. b. modeling c. observational learning. d. classical conditioning.
during the renaissance period (c. 1300-1600) people wanted to further be enlightened by, and to understand, the world around them. renaissance era scientific advances include: eyeglasses, study of mathematics, study of human anatomy (human body), study of astronomy, and the invention of the printing press.
these advances made it possible to artists create more realistic work in: eyeglasses assisting an artist who’s vision may not have been strong, mathematics providing a basis for measurement accuracy and correct proportions when creating architecture and realistic art, the study of human anatomy and the environment to create realistic representations of the world around them, the introduction of oil paint and canvas, and the invention of the printing press to distribute artistic ideas and techniques on a mass scale.
the new deal affected millions of workers and their families. the wagner act boosted union membership, which continued to grow after world war ii. new deal legislation created child labor laws, workers' compensation laws, and unemployment insurance, programs that had important and enduring impacts on the u.s. economy.