Brain Exercise 10

Brain Exercise 10 - called a Classical Conditioning b...

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Brain Exercise 10 Albert Bandura 1. According to Bandura, almost al behaviors are learned without reinforcement. a. True b. False 2. What is reciprocal determinism? 3. What is self efficacy?
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4. What three factors influence learning in Observational Learning? a. Characteristics of the Model, Attributes of the Observer, Reward or Consequences associated with the behavior. b. Mouth, Anus, and Genitals. c. Id (It), Ego (I), and Superego (Above I). 5. How did Bandura test his theory? a. He watched adolescents in high school. b. He used children and a Bobo doll. c. He studied adults in colleges. 6. Sally does not treat herself to dessert for a month when she fails a test. This is
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an example of: a. Intrinsic Punishment. b. Intrinsic Punishment. c. Vicarious Punishment. 7. Oprah Wintree learned to play tennis by watching others. This is an example of:
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Unformatted text preview: called: a. Classical Conditioning. b. Observational Learning. c. Operant Conditioning. 8. Hillary Benton thinks that she is an excellent worker. This perception is an example of her: a. self efficacy. b. Oral, Anal, Genital, Latency, Phallic c. Anal, Oral, Phallic, Genital, Latency 9. Harry Snotgrass always rewards himself by going to movies after he works. This is an example of: a. vicarious reinforcement. b. intrinsic punishment. c. intrinsic reinforcement. 10. Herman Bumpster saw other children being rewarded for playing nicely. Herman imitated the behavior. This is an example of: a. Vicarious Punishment. b. Intrinsic Reinforcement. c. Vicarious Reinforcement. 11. What is observational learning?...
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