AP Chapter 6 Exam

AP Chapter 6 Exam - AP Chapter 6 Exam Multiple Choice...

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AP Chapter 6 Exam Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. In classical conditioning, the stimulus that is originally neutral in regard to the response to be learned is the a. unconditioned stimulus b. unconditioned response c. conditioned stimulus d. conditioned response ____ 2. Floyd had been working at Qualton Enterprises for 2 years when his boss asked to see him in her office. He thought she wanted to talk about a promotion so he was quite excited, but instead of giving him a promotion, the boss told Floyd he was being laid off as a result of company downsizing. Floyd could feel his heart pounding as he listened to the news. Floyd has a new job now, but every time his new boss asks to talk to him in private, Floyd feels a little faint. In this example, Floyd's new boss asking for a private talk is a. an unconditioned response b. a conditioned response c. an unconditioned stimulus d. a conditioned stimulus ____ 3. A woman reported feeling "weak in the knees" whenever she smelled cigarette smoke and Beemans gum be- cause of the association of these smells with her first love. The positive emotional response that this woman experienced developed through a. instrumental conditioning b. classical conditioning c. observational learning d. operant conditioning ____ 4. In order to weaken or eliminate a conditioned response, you would present a. the UCS before the CS several times b. the CS alone several times c. the UCS alone several times d. extra pairings of the CS and UCS ____ 5. Mariah developed a fear of the water when she fell off a river raft last summer. This year she took swimming lessons and thought she had finally overcome her fear of water. She was eagerly looking forward to an up- coming rafting trip, however, as soon as she stepped onto the raft she was instantly terrified again. This illus- trates the classical conditioning process known as a. extinction b. second-order conditioning c. stimulus generalization d. spontaneous recovery ____ 6. In the Little Albert experiment on conditioned emotional responses, the unconditioned stimulus was a. the rabbit b. the rat c. the loud noise d. the fear reaction ____ 7. Continuing to pair a specific CS and UCS, but periodically presenting stimuli similar to the CS and not pair- ing them with the UCS, should result in a. stimulus discrimination b. stimulus generalization c. extinction
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d. response attenuation ____ 8. When Antonio was sick as a child, his mother would always make him vanilla pudding; to Antonio it seemed like the vanilla pudding made him feel better. Even now, he still gets a good feeling when he starts to prepare some vanilla pudding, but not when he starts to make any other type of pudding. This example illustrates the classical conditioning process of a. stimulus generalization b. instinctive drift c. stimulus discrimination d. negative avoidance ____ 9. A dog is first conditioned to salivate to a tone. Then, a light is paired with the tone for a number of trials. Fi-
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