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    EabQ1sample[1]

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    Marr Psychology 3030/6016 SAMPLE QUIZ 1. Carefully specify the essential assumptions of the Rescorla-Wagner model of Pavlovian conditioning. Demonstrate how the model deals with (a) simple acquisition, then apply the model to (b) extinction, (c) bl

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    EABsampleQ206

    School: Georgia Tech

    Marr Psychology 3030/6016 SAMPLE TEST ITEMS 11/16/06 1. In the steady state, fixed-interval (FI t) schedules engender highly variable numbers of responses per interval. For example, in one study (Zeiler, 1979) a pigeon pecking a key under an FI 12

  • 2 Pages R-WHomework
    R-WHomework

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    Psychology 3031/6016 Homework Rescorla-Wagner Model Do the following problems ON YOUR OWN (Please affirm this with a pledge). Due Tuesday, February 18. Show your work carefully and completely. Be prepared to present your results in class. If you use

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    R-WSample Quiz

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    Psychology 3031/6016 Sample Quiz 1 Baum, Contingency, Rescorla-Wagner Model In the first three items show all your work carefully-do NOT simply write down a bunch of numbers and expect that to demonstrate your understanding. 1. The following table sh

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    Psychology 3030RWhomework

    School: Georgia Tech

    Psychology 3030/6016 Homework Rescorla-Wagner Model Do the following problems ON YOUR OWN. Due Thursday, February 13. Show your work carefully and completely. Be prepared to present your results in class. 1. Consider the following experiment: In Pha

  • 6 Pages test 1 quizzes
    Test 1 Quizzes

    School: Georgia Tech

    MOLECULAR STRUCTURE (Quiz 1-1) 1. What is the ground-state electronic configuration of an oxygen atom (oxygen: atomic number 8)? (A) 1s22s12p5 (B) 1s22s22p4 (C) 1s12s12p6 (D) 1s22s22p2 2. Which of the following species has an atom that has an unfill

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