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quiz7 - Question 1 0.05 out of 0.05 points The study of...

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Question 1 0.05 out of 0.05 points The study of classical conditioning and operant conditioning is most closely tied to which theoretical perspective from chapter 1? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 2 0.05 out of 0.05 points What aspect of individual experience is most likely to be shaped by classical conditioning? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 3 0 out of 0.05 points What type of association is necessary for classical conditioning to occur? Selected Answer: Association of a behavior with a punishing or reinforcing consequence Correct Answer: Association of one thing that is neutral with another thing that automatically evokes a response Feedback : Re-read the textbook and your class notes. Question 4 0.05 out of 0.05 points
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While she was smelling a rose, Veronica was stung on the nose by a bee. The sting was very painful and scary for Veronica. Now Veronica feels anxious whenever she sees a rose. This is an example of what type of learning? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 5 0.05 out of 0.05 points Before this experience, Veronica had no particular reaction to the sight of a rose. The appropriate term for the rose before this experience is Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 6 0 out of 0.05 points In the example above, the term for the bee sting is Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Feedback : Please review the basic terminology for classical conditioning in your class notes and in the textbook. Question 7 0.05 out of 0.05 points
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Reinforcement and punishment are important operant conditioning concepts. What is the difference between negative reinforcement and punishment? Selected Answer: decreases behavior.
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