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Emulative learning is that in which the subject achieves the same goal as the model by imitating the behavior but altering it some way, i.e. an inexact copy of the model. Humans learn new skills both by imitating and emulating the behaviors of others. There is evidence that great apes exhibit emulative learning, as shown in laboratory tasks, however the results are not conclusive.
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