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British pronunciation/ɒbzəvˈe‍ɪʃənə‍l/
American pronunciation/ˌɑbzɝˈveɪʃənəɫ/
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relying on observation or experiment

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Observational learning occurs when children mimic the behaviors of their parents or peers.
Mimics often use observational humor and physical comedy to enhance their performances.
Art classes encourage students to do extempore sketches to train observational skills.
Observational learning plays a significant role in the transmission of cultural practices and traditions from one generation to the next.
In psychology experiments, researchers study observational learning by observing how subjects learn through observation and imitation.
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