Modules_Ch20_Web Quiz 1

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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch20_Web Quiz 1 1. If one chimpanzee watches a second chimp solve a puzzle for a food reward, the first chimp may thereby learn how to solve the puzzle. This best illustrates: a. operant conditioning. b. observational learning. c. respondent behavior. d. spontaneous recovery. 2. Jeremy wears his baseball cap backward because he noticed his older brother does so. This illustrates the importance of: a. respondent behavior. b. immediate reinforcement. c. modeling. d. shaping. 3. We find it harder to frown when viewing a smile than when viewing a frown. This can most clearly be attributed to: a. partial reinforcement. b. spontaneous recovery. c. mirror neurons. d. extrinsic motivation.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Dan and Joel, both 4-year-olds, have been watching reruns of "Superman" on television. Joel's mother recently found the boys standing on the garage roof, ready to try flying. What best accounts for the boys' behavior? a. delayed reinforcement b. observational learning c. immediate reinforcement d. classical conditioning 5. Children are especially likely to behave aggressively after viewing TV violence in which an attractive person commits: a. justified violence that causes no visible pain or harm. b. unjustified violence that causes no visible pain or harm. c. justified violence that causes a lot of visible pain or harm. d. unjustified violence that causes a lot of visible pain or harm....
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