learning & motivation- Midterm Exam Questions

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Midterm Exam Questions: 1. Pavlov’s dogs were always fed immediately after the sound of the bell. Which association principle coincides best with this task? a. Contiguity b. Similarity c. Contrast 2. You’re taking an exam and are more anxious than usual. The clock seems to be ticking louder than usual, but you don’t feel the cushion or roughness of the chair today. What explains this? a. Opponent process theory b. Dual process theory c. Maturation d. Modal action pattern 3. You and your friends are hanging out playing video games with your shoes and socks off. A new friend comes into the room and comments that it smells like feet. You don’t know what he’s talking about until he takes his shoes off. What did you just experience? a. Habituation b. Dishabituation c. Habituation and dishabituation d. Neither 4. Bobby is a swimmer. When he smells chlorine, he expects water and goes swimming. After swim practice one day, he goes straight to sleep without showering and has a dream
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course PSY 405 taught by Professor Barbarakucinski during the Fall '10 term at Pittsburgh.

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