what is NOT a principle accepted by John Locke nor the other empiricists? a. experience b. mathematics c. innate ideas d. all of the above.
Innate behaviors are those you develop on your own, which do not need to be taught or learned. You are in essence born with the propensity to display the behavior. [ [ Whether or not you continue to display it could, in some cases, still depend on whether or how the behavior is reinforced. I think that "play' is an example of this.
In simpler terms, innate behavior is just what you do
naturally, with no clue of why or where you learned it. When a baby is not comfortable, they begin to cry to gain the attention of their parents. This is an innate behavior. A horse shortly after birth will try to stand before it's mother is even up. There is no clue that this is a natural state for the horse, so its trying to become upright would be innate behavior. ] ]
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