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I cannot see the following, but examples of learned behaviour include:

-habits (including but not limited to: addictive behaviour, speech patterns and physical actions)

-phobias (although the content of phobias is some what genetic)

-anxiety (to some extent)

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Q: Which of the following is an example of learned behavior A swallowing B scratching an itch C puffing on a cigarette D hiccups?
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