Test 3 - Introductory Psychology Test #3 Mod 24, 18, 19...

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Introductory Psychology Test #3 Mod 24, 18, 19 UWW Spring 2007 Name April 10, 2007 (Tues evening Class) (2points) 1. The spontaneous utterance of a variety of sounds by infants is called: a. telegraphic speech b. babbling c. one-word d. grammatical (2points) 2. What is the correct progression in the development of communication? a. babbling, cooing, crying, two-word phase b. crying, babbling, cooing, two-word phase c. crying, cooing, babbling, two-word phase d. cooing, crying, babbling, two-word phase (2 points) 3. Adults speak to their children in a form of short sentences with exaggerated expression and very clear pronunciation. We refer to this as: a. telegraphic speech b. linguistic relativity c. child-directed speech d. language (2 points) 4. The responses in classical conditioning were originally a. innate reflexes b. new behaviors c. premeditated behaviors d. random acts (2 points) 5. Which of the following would be most likely to be an unconditioned stimulus (UCS) in classical conditioning? a. food b. a flashing light c. music d. money (2 points) 6. Last year, Dr. Moritano cleaned Natacha’s skin with rubbing alcohol prior to administering each of a series of painful vaccination shots. Which of the following processes accounts for the fact that Natacha currently becomes fearful every time she smells rubbing alcohol? a. observational learning b. operant conditioning c. negative reinforcement d. classical conditioning
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Introductory Psychology Test #3 Mod 24, 18, 19 UWW Spring 2007 page 2 (2points) 7. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, infants develop a fear of books after books are repeatedly presented with a loud noise. In this fictional example, the loud noise is a(n): a. unconditioned stimulus b. unconditioned response
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Test 3 - Introductory Psychology Test #3 Mod 24, 18, 19...

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