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First Test Review Questions   Fall 2007 1.The definition of Learning is intended  both to include and  to exclude certain things from the field  of learning. For each of the following note whether  it is included  or excluded  from the definition of  learning: a) relatively permanent  changes b) increases or decreases in motivation c) knowledge d) changes due to maturation e) changes due to neural (brain) development f) changed  behavior due to previous experiences 2. The difference between  the terms Learning and  Memory is the difference between: a) knowing  and  doing c) acquisition and  retention b) learning vs performance d) animals learn; humans  remember   3. Applied  research differs from basic research in a) the purpose or reasons for the research b) the relevance of the subjects and  tasks to real world  settings c) the amount  of experimental control over extraneous  variables that is possible d) all of the above. 4.  In eyeblink conditioning, ____ _____is the CR and  _________ is the US,  __________is the UR,   nd  ________ is the CS. 5. In taste aversion learning, _________is the CS and  _________is the CR, __________is the US, and  _________is the UR. 6.  A  CS is paired  with the US for several trials, but no CRs are observed  to occur. This means that: a) learning did  not occur
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY Learning taught by Professor Terry during the Spring '08 term at UNC Charlotte.

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