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17. Unconscious adjustments made in response to people and situations are called A. body language. B. focused attention. C. defense mechanisms. D. nonverbal communication.
Unconscious adjustments made in response to people and situations are called DEFENSE MECHANISM.
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A pet store has eight dogs and cats. Three are dogs. 5/8 represents the number of cats.
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