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/index.htmlExam 3QUESTION 11.A class of stimuli which result in physical pain or discomfort to the student is termed:unconditioned aversive stimuliconditioned aversive stimulicontrolled aversive stimulicorrectional aversive stimuli1 points QUESTION 21.Quantitative measures of topography include all EXCEPT:frequencydurationpercentage of intervals during which a behavior occursdegree of malice involved1 points QUESTION 31.Which behavior may serve to gain a teacher’s attention?reading quietlybanging a penciltaking notesall of the above1 points
QUESTION 41.Individuals are LEAST likely to satiate on:CRF schedulesFR schedulesFI schedulesVR schedules1 points QUESTION 51.Physical restraint is considered a(n) ___________.conditioned aversive stimulusunconditioned aversive stimulusovercorrectionexclusion timeout1 points QUESTION 61.Reinforcers that are exchangeable for some reinforcer of value to students is known as:Activity reinforcersProprioceptive reinforcersToken reinforcersTactile reinforcers1 points QUESTION 71.Immediacy of reinforcement delivery is necessaryto avoid the hazard of inadvertently reinforcing an intervening behaviorto establish a connection between a particular behavior and its consequencesto convince the student of the veracity of the contingencyall of the above1 points
QUESTION 81.Which is considered a proprioceptive primary reinforcer?colored lights twinklingthe smell of cinnamon rolls bakingmusic playing softlyswinging in a swing1 points QUESTION 91.When a student has been placed in time out:he should remain there as long as it takes for him to quiet downshe should remain for a period of time equal to the amount of time she was disrupting the classone to five minutes is generally sufficient, but no longer than 15 minutes.any of the above criteria is appropriate.1 points QUESTION 101.Continuous reinforcement schedules are most useful during which phase of learning?AcquisitionFluencyGeneralizationAll of the above1 points QUESTION 111.Students frequently engage in inappropriate behaviors whentheir schedule is interruptedthey lack the ability to communicate effectivelythey are disciplinedthey are internally stimulated1 points QUESTION 121.Which of the following is considered a setting event?classroom noise or temperature levelhungerboth a and b
none of the above1 points QUESTION 131.An “operational definition”:clearly states the form of the behavioridentifies the criterion of a behaviordefines the condition for behavioral occurrencedescribes the setting events1 points QUESTION 141.Successful approaches to controlling reinforcing consequences delivered by peers include:reinforcing peers for withholding attentiontraining high status peers in reinforcing appropriate behaviorsattending to peer being aggressed while ignoring aggressorall of the above1 points QUESTION 151.Which of the following designs is often used during a functional analysis?