Exam 3 psyc 2301

Exam 3 psyc 2301 - Exam 3 psyc 2301 1.

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Exam 3 psyc 2301 1.   With classical conditioning the __________ are the most important aspects, while with operant conditioning the  __________ are the key.    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. rewards; reflexes      B. consequences;  antecedents      C.  conditioned responses;  punishers      D.  antecedents;  consequences    In classical conditioning, a  previously-neutral stimulus  (CS) is associated with an  existing stimulus (US) such  that the CS elicits the  response once elicited only  by the US. The CS and US  are antecedent events.  Operant conditioning is  based on the  consequences that follow a  response. If the  consequences are  desirable, the response is  more likely to occur again.  If the consequences are  aversive, the response is  less likely to occur again.  Score: 2/2    2.   To determine whether conditioning had occurred in the traditional Pavlovian experiment, an experimenter would 
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  Score: 0/2    3.   After extinction seems complete, an animal is re-tested for signs of conditioning. If spontaneous recovery has  occurred, we would observe    Score: 0/2    4.   In a classic experiment, "Little Albert," a very young boy was conditioned to be afraid of a rat. He also became  fearful of white furry rabbits and bearded men. This is an example of 
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  Score: 2/2    5.   A phobia can often be interpreted as a    Score: 2/2    6.   One of B. F. Skinner's popular books published in 1948 entitled __________ is about a utopian model  community based on behavioral engineering.   
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  Score: 2/2    7.   To teach a child to eat spaghetti, you would reinforce initial responses such as holding the fork and then  increasingly closer approximations to the final response, a procedure known as    Score: 2/2    8.   Which of the following is an example of a negative punishment?   
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If you were caught off guard by the term, negative punishment, you need to make sure that you read the  relevant material in the supplementary material. Negative punishment is the removal (following some behavior)  of something considered desirable by the responding individual. In this case, the inability to use the car for a  week is the loss of something desirable. Score: 0/2    9.   Chimpanzees were taught to work for tokens to be used in a "Chimp-O-Mat." In this experiment, the tokens  were __________ reinforcers.    Score: 2/2    10.  
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2010 for the course PYSC 2301 taught by Professor Hartgrove during the Spring '10 term at San Jacinto.

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