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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  › View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of 1  Title: Exam 2 Started: March 20, 2010 11:44 AM Submitted: March 20, 2010 12:43 PM Time spent: 00:59:14  Total score: 86/100 = 86%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 100  1.   Even with reinforcements, we cannot get a raccoon to simply take something out of a  box. It insists on taking two items out of the box and rubbing them together. This is an  instinctive washing behavior that they have. Our inability to train them in this example is  due to ____________________.    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. saliency      B. reinforcement      C. preparedness      D. asymptotic levels      Score:
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0/2    2.   When a maximum learning level is reached and further training does not result in further  learning the animal has reached ___________________.    Score: 2/2    3.   The brightness of a light is an example of the ______________ of a stimulus.   
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Score: 2/2    4.   When your stomach growls and it stimulates you to eat something it is called a(n)  ________________ stimuli.    Score: 2/2    5.   If you hear the theme to Jaws, and makes you think of sharks, then you are engaged in  _________________ learning.   
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  Score: 2/2    6.   Learning that occurs because it is reinforced by internal or external stimuli is called  _________________________ conditioning.    Score: 2/2    7.   A dog has been presented repeatedly with a tone and then food immediately following.  This is considered ________________ conditioning. 
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  Score: 2/2    8.  
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