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__ \\ PSY 0405 Lab
Day &Time ofLab: l} E; @ Q EM Fall 2010
'i‘ Each question is worth 1.5 points (15 points total)
1. How many bar presses did Sniffy perform between A and B? l. L
2. To the nearest half—minute, how many/(minutes did the extinction 2. rating?
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3. How many reinforced bar presses did Sniffy perform from minute 3. i i
15 to minute 20 (this includes minutes 15 — l9)? 4/
4. How many reinforced bar presses did Sniffy perform in the first 4. 1/10ch
_ minute of Extinction? _ 5. 'To the nearest half minute; how many minutesdid this experiment 5. M'Mtjiﬁﬁ’
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M Over the course of this whole cumulative record, how many times
did Sniffy press the bar? How much total time is represented on one cumulative record? What does a steeply sloped pen line indicate about Sniffy’s rate of
responding? 9. Why is C called the “pen line”? Write the letter ofyour answer in
the space in the right column. /e( Because it represents the amount of time that Sniffy is in his “pen” or cage.
‘0. Because a pen must be used to record Sniffy’s responses. M Because it represents the operant chamber as drawn by a pen.
./ Because it represents the ink pen on Skinner’s original cumulative recorder. 10. How does one access cumulative records which are not visible on
the computer screen? a. By clicking on'Windows, then selecting Response
Measures. b. By clicking on the Sniffy icon on the desktop. o. By clicking on File, then selecting Cumulative Record from
the list of options. d. Any of the above will cause the cumulative records to appear. 6. P -
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