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Exam 3 Chapters 14-19 1) When mom gives in to Timmy’s tantrum at the store by giving him the cookie he saw and wanted, Mom & Timmy’s behaviors are strengthened respectively by: a) punishment & extinction b) negative and positive reinforcement c) negative reinforcement and punishment d) none of the above 2) Avoidance conditioning works even though we don’t actually come in contact with the aversive event we avoid. This probably is because: a) There is a slight anxiety response that is reduced when we avoid the event b) We never actually come in contact with anxiety c) We always come in contact with the event d) All of the above 3) One way to achieve effective avoidance of something is to use a warning stimulus for the event. a) True b) False 4) A practical limitation to the traditional view of motivation is a) It influences people to believe in parapsychology b) you can’t observe it c) it influences people to ignore principles of behavior d) all of the above 5) Whereas operant behavior is ______, Respondent behavior is_________: a) Done, seen b) Elicited, cued c) Evoked, Elicited d) None of the above 6) The optimal time for a NS to precede the US in order to get maximum conditioning is a) 3-5 seconds b) 1 second c) 0.5 second d) None of the above 7) Changing motivating operations can be a type of antecedent manipulation a) True b) False 8) A motivating abolishing operation (MAO) a) punishes behavior b) decreases effectiveness of reinforcers c) decreases responding d) B&C 9) When conducting mand training, the response should be reinforced a) on every occurrence, at least in the beginning b) with the requested item c) immediately d) all of the above
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10) A motivating establishing operation can increase the effectiveness of certain punishers a) True b) False 11) We learn to display our emotions in ways that a) correspond with respondent rules of conditioning b) that have been modeled and reinforced in the past c) correspond with Pavlovian rules of conditioning d) none of the above 12) Rules can serve as conditioned motivating establishing operations.
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