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Judy knows she cannot jump over the hurdles at her track meet. She tries her best, but she fails to clear several hurdles. Judy’s performance is an example of _________. (Points : 1) Poor
athletic training Low Self-Esteem Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Introverted Thinking
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