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Question1)When three-year-old Ashley hears her father at the door, she runs to the front door to greet him and receives a hug from her father

Psychology

Question1)When three-year-old Ashley hears her father at the door, she runs to the front door to greet him and receives a hug from her father. This hug is considered a consequence that has what effect on Ashley's response of running to the door?

 
 
 
 

 

Question 2

 

The proper order of events required for classical conditioning to occur is

 

Question 3

 

Michael is 12 years old and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment. after his first chemotherapy treatment, Michael experienced nausea and vomiting. After several treatments, Michael now experiences anticipatory nausea as soon as he enters the treatment room and before he receives the chemotherapy. In this classical conditioning example, Michael's initial chemotherapy treatment would be considered the

 

Question 4

 

Justin became fearful of doctors and nurses because doctors and nurses were paired with painful shots. Justin's doctor has his office in a round brick building. Now any round brick building will elicit fear and crying from Justin. Becoming fearful of round buildings because they were associated with his doctor is an example of

 

Question 5

 

Regarding a comparison of classical and operant conditioning, which of the following statements is FALSE?

 
 
 
 

 

Question 6

 

Sieta wants to teach her daughter to say "Please" when she asks for something, so she decides to only comply with her daughter's request for something when her daughter says "Please." Thus, Sieta's compliance to her daughter's request is

 

Question 7

 

There is an old story about a young boy who was left to guard the village sheep. He was instructed to cry "wolf" if he thought the sheep were in danger. Even though there was no danger, the boy enjoyed crying "wolf" over and over, just to see the villagers come running. Then, when a wolf did appear, the disbelieving villagers ignored the boy's cry. The failure of the villagers to respond illustrates the operant conditioning concept called

 

Question 8

 

Because you fed your dog table scraps while sitting at the kitchen table, your dog began to jump up and beg for scraps whenever you were eating dinner at the kitchen table. Lately, your dog has also begun to jump up and beg for scraps whenever you sit at any table or desk in the house. Your dog is exhibiting

 
 
 
 

 

Question 9

 

Food, water, pain reduction, sex, and brain stimulation have in common the fact that all are __________ reinforcers.

 

Question 10

 

Your tendency to study more before a scheduled test, to study less right after that test, and then start another studying frenzy right before the next test illustrates the typical pattern of which schedule of reinforcement?

 

Question 11

 

In a behavior modification program at the local school, children were given "good behavior" slips that could be exchanged for candy or toys at the end of the week. Which of the following would be a FALSE statement regarding this type of reinforcement?

 

Question 12

 

You work with a loud and obnoxious person and have learned to "go in the opposite direction" whenever you see him coming down the hall so you will not have to get into a conversation with him. Your behavior illustrates

 
 
 
 

 

Question 13

 

One of the reasons you had labs in your science courses in high school was to allow you to perform experiments that fostered your understanding of the scientific principles. The use of these science labs to gain understanding and insight of various scientific principles is an example of

 

Question 14

 

Which of the following is NOT required for observational learning to take place?

 

Question 15

 

How did Skinner answer those that argued that a certain behavior was a result of our highly evolved consciousness or intellectual abilities?

 

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