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PSY 105 WEEK 4 QUIZ 3

PSY 105 WEEK 4 QUIZ 3

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When studying classical conditioning, subjects would often salivate at the sight of the pan where food was kept. In this case, salivating at the sight of the pan is an example of
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Conditioned taste aversions
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In the process of shaping, actions that remotely resemble the target behavior are called
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The process by which organisms learn to respond to certain stimuli and not to respond to others is called
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The schedule where reinforcement occurs only after a constant number of responses is called
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A genetically inherited impairment in the ability to experience pleasure is called
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Most research indicates that the optimal CS-US interval, when all other variables are held constant, is
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When given the choice, many children will choose a smaller, immediate reward over a larger, delayed reward, illustrating the tendency called
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The principle that behaviors change consistent with the nature of the consequences they produce is the foundation of
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When a response has no effect in either producing reinforcement or providing escape from negative events, organisms give up even when taken to a situation where responding can have an effect. This phenomenon is known as
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Learning an association between particular behaviors and their consequences occurs in
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The principle that behaviors change consistent with the nature of the consequences they produce is the foundation of
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When a response has no effect in either producing reinforcement or providing escape from negative events, organisms give up even when taken to a situation where responding can have an effect. This phenomenon is known as
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Learning how to throw a basketball as a result of watching games on television is an example of
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A relatively permanent change in behavior, or behavior potential, due to experience, is the formal definition of
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The process by which organisms learn to respond to certain stimuli and not to respond to others is called
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Question 7
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Conditioned taste aversions
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Question 8
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When studying classical conditioning, subjects would often salivate at the sight of the pan where food was kept. In this case, salivating at the sight of the pan is an example of
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One of the most impressive uses of operant techniques in the area of teaching involves the use of
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Question 10
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In the process of shaping, actions that remotely resemble the target behavior are called
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