In an experiment on classical conditioning in the blue gourami fish, Karen Hollis found that the red light that signaled the presence of the female for the male resulted in: aggression directed toward the female. sexual displacement by the male. withdrawal by the female. improved mating behavior. Score: 1 of 1 2. E. L. Thorndike was an early learning theorist who stated that when a response is followed by a satisfying state of affairs the response will be strengthened, or “stamped-in.” This statement is known as:
contingency of reinforcement. the law of effect. intermittent reinforcement effect. the fundamental learning principle. Score: 1 of 1 3. Edward Tolman’s experiments on latent learning suggested that learning could occur: in the absence of reinforcement. by simple imitation. under conditions of food reinforcement. with long delays between response and reinforcement.
Score: 1 of 1 4. Traditionally, psychologists have studied learning using: humans in classroom situations. nonhuman animals in laboratory situations. humans in controlled laboratory situations. children in classroom and adults in laboratory situations.
Score: 1 of 1 5. In John B. Watson’s experiment with Little Albert, why was Albert afraid of the Santa Claus mask? The mask was innately fear
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