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_________________ defines learning as a stable change in behavior that comes as a result of practice. A. Joann Adams. B. Daniel Schacter. C. Howard Gardner. D.
B. F. Skinner.
B. F. Skinner. defines learning as a stable change in behavior that comes as a result of practice.
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Which of the following did early African American spiritual music have in common with early rock and roll? A. a hard-driving beat B. improvised words C. rhythmic singing D. all of the above.
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ALL OF THE ABOVE. Early African American spiritual music have in common with early rock and roll by a hard-driving beat, improvised words, rhythmic singing.

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