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Learning (Modules 21-23) 1. What is associative learning and provide an example not in the book. 2. Describe what happens in classical conditioning while providing an example using the terminology in the book. 3. What is the difference between classical and operant conditioning? 4. Define extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization, and discrimination from both classical and operant conditioning perspectives. 5. What is the difference between respondent and operant behavior?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Provide an example of shaping. 7. Define positive and negative reinforcement and punishment; provide examples of each. 8. What is time out? 9. What are schedules of reinforcement? List each of them. 10. What are primary and conditioned reinforcers? Provide an example of each. 11. What is applied behavior analysis 12. Define observational learning....
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