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. Kyle has struggled to feel comfortable in science classes with labs since his junior year of high school, when a solution he was working with ignited. He was always cautious with chemicals but his
lab partner that year enjoyed seeing what would happen when he mixed random chemicals together. Kyle’s continued discomfort with lab work stems from which of the following? (Points : 1) Kyle’s operation of a social schema Kyle’s operation of a person schema Kyle’s operation of a role schema Kyle’s operation of a prototype
Kyle's continued discomfort stemmed from an accident in class when he was a junior in high school.
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User: . Kyle has struggled to feel comfortable in science classes with labs since his junior year of high school, when a solution he was working with ignited. He was always cautious with chemicals but his lab partner that year enjoyed seeing what would happen when he mixed random chemicals together. Kyle’s continued discomfort with lab work stems from which of the following? (Points : 1) Kyle’s operation of a social schema Kyle’s operation of a person schema Kyle’s operation of a role schema Kyle’s operation of a prototype

Weegy: Kyle's continued discomfort stemmed from an accident in class when he was a junior in high school.
Frankie17851|Points 2530|

User: Bill says, “I would never join a fraternity. All the members do is party and play games.” Bill’s statement is an example of a: (Points : 1) Social schema Stereotype Person schema Prototype

Weegy: Stereotype
dokidoki|Points 522|

User: Which sentence is the best paraphrase of the statement, “I might as well drop out of school; I failed another test today.” (Points : 1) I know you can do better next time. Don’t feel so bad now; you still have time this term to turn your grades around. If you had studied instead of going out the night before, you would have done okay. Because you failed another test, you feel like a failure in college. I know how bad you feel; I’ve failed tests, too.

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is "Don?t feel so bad now; you still have time this term to turn your grades around."
beboythewizkid|Points 2048|

User: The theory stating that, as individuals deepen their relationships with each other, they peel layers of themselves away to reveal increasingly personal information, is known as: (Points : 1) Social penetration theory Social exchange theory Self-disclosure reciprocity theory Johari’s Window theory

Weegy: Social penetration theory states that, as individuals deepen their relationships with each other, they peel layers of themselves away to reveal increasingly personal information.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 34503|

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