A Social Worker Discovers a Thirteen-Year-Old Girl Living in Complete

Question 4
Multiple Choice

A social worker discovers a thirteen-year-old girl living in complete isolation. Psychologists find that she is generally incapable of using language. After some months, she slowly learns how to dress herself, but her communication skills remain poor compared with others in her age group. The girl's experiences show that humans cannot be socialized without: A) regular social interaction with others. B) proper medical treatment. C) peers to emulate and learn from. D) access to schooling and formal education.