exam02 - Answers Exam 2 Ch 8-13 1. An S for a specific...

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Answers Exam 2 Ch 8-13 1. An S for a specific response is: a) not associated with reinforcement b) a discriminated response c) paired with reinforcement d) generalization 2. A Red light at a traffic intersection is an S for a) stopping b) going c) reversing d) honking 3. A spaced responding DRL is different from an FI schedule procedurally in that: a) the intervals are different b) responding before the time on FI has no effect c) reinforcement is given for different behaviors d) none of the above. 4. ___________ results when a response becomes more probable in the presence of one stimulus or setting as a result of being reinforced in the presence of another stimulus or setting a) Response generalization b) Stimulus control c) Stimulus discrimination d) Stimulus generalization 5. ________ are descriptions of a three term contingency a) ABCs b) Goals c) Rules 6. In stimulus discrimination training a response is: a) Reinforced in the presence of a specific stimulus without using extinction b) Reinforced in the presence of a specific stimulus while extinguished in the presence of another c) Reinforced in the presence of a specific stimulus while being punished in the presence of another d) None of the above 7. The S D signifies a specific response will a) not be reinforced b) be reinforced c) be punished d) none of the above
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8. The S∆ signifies a specific response will a) not be reinforced b) be reinforced c) be punished d) none of the above 9. The S Dp signifies a specific response will a) All are correct b) be reinforced c) be punished d) none of the above 10. Stimulus Generalization can occur because of a) unlearned stimulus generalization due to considerable physical similarity b) learned stimulus generalization involving minimal physical similarity c) learned stimulus generalization due to stimulus equivalence classes d) all of the above 11. Stimulus control is when a) a single stimulus controls many responses b) a response is more likely to occur in the presence of a particular stimulus c) a stimulus is more likely to occur in the presence of a particular response d) none of the above 12. Conducting trials where a pointing response is reinforced only when it occurs for different shaped cards that are green as opposed to any other color is an example of a) Stimulus overselectivity b) Generalization c) Stimulus discrimination training d) “Sdee” 13. An “ABC” assessment provides: a) current literacy measures b) only frequency of occurrence c) information about function and controlling variable of a behavior
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