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PSY Study Guide Test 1Alesia Shumpert9/12/20181.When a behavior occurs, and the aversive stimulus is no longer removed. This is a definition of extinction of what type of behavior? negatively reinforced behavior (The stimulus is no longer removed.)2.The research design in which there are 3 criterion levels for the target behavior is? Changing Criteria Design3.The level of the target behavior is recorded on the? y axis4.Bill keeps track of the amount of time he studies each day. What dimension of behavior ishe recording?Duration5.Barry throws the football into the stands after scoring a touchdown and is cheered by fans. As a result, Barry is more likely to throw the football into the stands after he scores a touchdown. What is this an example of? Positive reinforcement6.What is the process called when a person has just had a large amount of a reinforcer? Satiation7.What dimension of behavior is measured of how long the behavior occurred? Duration8.A behavioral excess is a behavior that? Occurs too much9.What schedule of reinforcement involves a reinforcer being delivered after X number of responses on average? Variable ratio10.Extreme cold and extreme levels of auditory stimulation, they’re examples of? Unconditioned punishers (you don’t have to teach you how to respond to them)11.Andrew was removed from class because he swore at his teacher. As a result, of being removed from the class, Andrew continues to swear at his teacher. Negative reinforcement12.Which of the following process strengthen a behavior: a.) positive reinforcement, b.) punishment, c.) negative reinforcement, or A and C? positive reinforcement and negative reinforcement A and C13.
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