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Chapter 3--Pavlovian Procedures Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Ivan Pavlov is best known for his research on the ____. A. psychic reflex
B. partition complex
 C. operant responseD. digestive process 2. What fascinated Pavlov most about his salivating dogs was that ____. A. the behavior of the dogs never changedB. the behavior of the dogs changed erraticallyC. the dogs began to salivate before receiving foodD. some dogs salivated and others did not 3. Pavlov is best described as ____. A. the father of learning researchB. the father of modern psychologyC. an American from RussiaD. an ex
perimenter from head to foot 4. The notation that best describes the Pavlovian procedure is ____. A. S®RB. CS®URC. CS®CR D. CS®US 5. Mr. Anxiety John, "Mr. Anx
iety," finally musters up the courage to ask the beautiful and popular Carole to go to the movies. She finds the idea so ridiculous that she laughs out loud the instant he has gotten the question out. John's face turns the color of a steamed lobster. Refer to Mr. Anx
iety. In classical conditioning terms, John's ex
perience is an ex
ample of ____. A. trace conditioning B. delayed conditioningC. simultaneous conditioningD. backward conditioning 6. Mr. Anxiety John, "Mr. Anx
iety," finally musters up the courage to ask the beautiful and popular Carole to go to the movies. She finds the idea so ridiculous that she laughs out loud the instant he has gotten the question out. John's face turns the color of a steamed lobster. Refer to Mr. Anx
iety. A week later John bumps into Carole on campus, feels his face turn red and recalls with embarrassment their earlier encounter. Carole has become a ____. A. CS for blushingB. US for blushingC. CR to JohnD. good candidate for training as a career diplomat 7. Mr. Anxiety John, "Mr. Anx
iety," finally musters up the courage to ask the beautiful and popular Carole to go to the movies. She finds the idea so ridiculous that she laughs out loud the instant he
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has gotten the question out. John's face turns the color of a steamed lobster. Refer to Mr. Anx
iety. Oafish Bill (John's twin brother) has heard nothing of John's unfortunate encounter with Carole, and he decides to ask her out. Just as he approaches her she bursts into laughter, apparently in response to a joke someone just told. Bill immediately pops the question and she politely declines, having decided to join a convent at the end of the semester. A week later Bill bumps into Carole on campus but feels no particular embarrassment. The pairing of Bill's request for a date and Carole's laughter is most likely an ex
ample of ____. A. trace conditioningB. delayed conditioningC. simultaneous conditioningD. backward conditioning 8. Of the following, the one that does not belong with the others is ____. A. latent inhibition B. overshadowingC. blockingD. higher-order conditioning 9. Each time a buzzer sounds, a puff of air makes a rabbit blink. Soon the rabbit blinks when it hears the buzzer. George believes that this means the buzzer takes the place of the air puff. George is an advocate of ____. A. stimulus substitution theoryB. ex
change theoryC. preparatory response theory D. stimulus-response theory
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