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random section Question 1 1 / 1 point As described in your text, Domjan and his colleagues studied the adaptive significance of sexual conditioning. Research like this may shed light on which of the following topics? how erectile dysfunction may develop in humans why some species fail to reproduce and become extinct how sexual fetishes develop in humans evolutionary causes of infertility in humans Question 2 1 / 1 point Which of the following could be accounted for by classical conditioning? learning to talk learning to play baseball learning to walk learning to love the smell of Grandpas aftershave Question 3 0 / 1 point Terrence uses opiate drugs daily. He normally takes his pills in the morning, right after he has a shower. If Terrance has developed tolerance to these pills, what is likely to happen after his shower if Terrance does NOT take the pills? The shower will elicit conditioned compensatory responses, which will be experienced as withdrawal. The shower will elicit conditioned responses, which will be experienced as a placebo effect. The shower will elicit unconditioned compensatory responses, which will result in an experience of pain. The shower will elicit unconditioned stimuli, which will counteract any withdrawal symptoms that he experiences. Question 4 1 / 1 point What is a conditioned stimulus? stimulus that elicits an reflexive response and can do so regardless of any additional learning unlearned reaction that occurs without previous conditioning previously neutral stimulus that, through conditioning, acquires the capacity to elicit a conditioned response learned reaction that occurs because of previous conditioning Question 5 0 / 1 point If a dog salivates to a blue light and not to a yellow light, what has the dog learned? spontaneous recovery conditioned emotional reactions stimulus generalization stimulus discrimination Question 6 0 / 1 point Cherise has developed a tolerance for the effects of heroin. She normally uses heroin in her boyfriends apartment, and always uses the same administration routine. What will happen if Cherise uses heroin in a different location, using a different routine? She will be at risk for withdrawal symptoms. The drugs will not have the same powerful effect on her, so she wont feel as high. She will be at risk of overdose. She will experience a placebo effect. Question 7 1 / 1 point When Diana was three years old, she became terrified when the neighbours budgie bird kept flying near her head. Today she is afraid of all birds, including robins, pigeons, and blue jays. What process does this illustrate? instinctive drift stimulus generalization stimulus discrimination negative avoidance Question 8 0 / 1 point In classical conditioning, what is the stimulus that naturally evokes an unlearned response?... View Full Document

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