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  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Eddy Loses His Voice

    miscommunication
    non-verbal communication
    A fly enters Eddy's voice box, and he cannot talk as a result. Ed and Double D give him a cowbell so he can communicate with them. Rolf acts as an interpreter, and Ed and Double D trust him despite him not actually understanding what Eddy is trying to communicate. Eddy's body language indicates that Rolf's interpretations are incorrect.

  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Breaking The Rules

    social norms
    conformity
    nonconformity
    Eddy decides to not follow the rules and tries to convince the other kids in the cul-de-sac that they don't need to either. Initially, they express fear and doubt, but soon they follow suit.

  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Ed is Grounded

    negative punishment
    operant conditioning
    Ed is grounded, and Eddy tries to sneak him out of the house so he can hang out with him and Double D. When they are caught by Sarah and Jimmy, Eddy and Double D get grounded themselves.

  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Eddy's Zit

    puberty
    human development
    growth
    Eddy gets a zit, which Double D tells him is a natural part of growing up. Eddy is embarrassed about it and tries to hide from the other kids. Ed finds the zit funny and gets Jonny to come over and see it, to Eddy's dismay.

  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Carl, the New Kid

    social acceptance
    Eddy is normally treated with contempt by the other cul-de-sac kids. When he disguises as an alter-ego named Carl, all of the kids treat him kindly. Eddy is confused as to why they're being so nice, and Double D explains the concept of acceptance. He states that Carl has a clean slate, as he hasn't done anything to ruin his reputation, unlike Eddy.