Psyc 103 Final Review

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Unformatted text preview: Psyc 103 Final Review Session 07/12/2007 18:01:00 Twenty questions youve had previously A tone signals that a red light will be followed by food delivery, without the tone, food does not follow the red light presentation. After some training, the tone is repeatedly presented alone. You expect that: o Its ability to facilitate the CR will be reduced**/unchanged/enhanced/unpredictable o Right answer-reduced Fast extinction-a lot of reinforcement and then removed The main difference b/w observational techniques and experiments is that an experiment o Random sampling is used o More data are collected o The researcher manipulates some independent variable** o None of the above o A and c Ebbinghaus results suggest that studying large numbers of names and dates immediately before an exam o Is a good strategy** Recency principle very important o Poor strategy o Will neither help nor hurt o Will help only if this info has also been studied at some earlier time o Will help only if this info has been properly highlighted in the glossary Of the following which is the most likely to result in sensitization? o Weak stimulus is presented frequently/infrequently o Very strong stimulus is presented frequently/infrequently** Steve has always feared going into elevators, last week, his latest therapists suggested that the aging grad student force himself to go a cramped elevator and stay there for eight hours. The therapist most likely wanted to encourage ______ of Steves fearful behavior o Aversive counterconditioning o Systematic desensitization o Disinhibition o Extinction This is just one trial, extinction requires more o Flooding** o None of the above In classical conditioning, the intensity of the CS affects o Rate of acquisition** o Asymptote of conditioning Will get there, but depends on amount of trials, not the intensity o Slope in subsequent extinction trials Depends on the schedule In a conditioned suppression procedure with rats, a series of light shock trials are successful in turning the light into a conditioned suppressor. This training is soon followed by pairings of a compound stimulus, light and tone, with shock. A later test with the tone would probably find (learns conditioned suppression and then blocked and learns nothing new) o Little or no lever pressing during the tone o Faster than normal lever pressing during the tone o Same rate of lever pressing during the tone as before the tone began** o The same rate of lever pressing during the tone as during the light To counteract spontaneous recovery o You can present cues present during the extinction phase**...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course PSYC 103 taught by Professor Pearlberg during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.

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