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Skip To Content Dashboard Account Dashboard Courses Calendar 1 Inbox Help PSY331 Quizzes Week 1 - Vocabulary Review 9/19/2017 - AU Undergraduate Home Announcements Syllabus Modules Grades     1
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Course Policies Writing Center & Library Course Resources Week 1 - Vocabulary Review Due  Sep 25 at 11:59pm   Points  3   Questions  15   Time Limit  30 Minutes Allowed Attempts  3 Instructions Understanding Learning Psychology: Terminology  You are encouraged to use the  Note Taking Study Document  and  Week One  Vocabulary Study Guide  as you are preparing and studying for this vocabulary  review. This graded vocabulary review assesses your understanding of the topics covered in  Week One. This review consists of 15 multiple-choice and/or matching questions and is  worth 3% of your grade. Select the best possible answer for each multiple-
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choice/matching question. You will be allowed 30 minutes to complete the review once  you begin, so be sure to have your note taking guide with you. Once you open this  review, you must finish it in one sitting. You will have three attempts to take the review.  Your highest score will be accepted as the activity grade.  Click on the  Take the Quiz  button when you are ready to start this quiz. When finished,  click on  Submit Quiz Take the Quiz Again Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 17 minutes 2.6 out of 3 Score for this attempt:  2.6  out of 3 Submitted Sep 24 at 5:09pm This attempt took 17 minutes.   Question 1 0.2 / 0.2 pts Match the following terms with their appropriate definition. Correct! Hyperalgesia                 Correct! Tolerance                 The correct answers can be found in your required text, supplements included in your  course, and in your Instructor’s Guidance.   Question 2 0.2 / 0.2 pts An increased sensitivity to pain. A phenomenon wherein repeated administration of a drug causes its effect to become less potent.
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Match the following terms with their appropriate definition. Correct! Psychotherapy                 Correct! Autoshaping                 The correct answers can be found in your required text, supplements included in your  course, and in your Instructor’s Guidance.   Question 3 0.2 / 0.2 pts If a child sees a sibling stung by a bee, and the sibling cries due to the pain, the  child will then be afraid of bees. This is an example of:    reaction blocking.
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