Quiz - Chapter 8 - 2 Conditioned stimulus-3 Unconditioned...

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Chapter 8 Barbara found out that the sound of her finger nails on the blackboard did not bother her but seriously disturbed her little brother. So whenever they were together and a blackboard was available, Barbara would reach out, curl her fingers and drag her nails down the board, causing her brother to cringe. After tormenting him several times like this, Barbara noticed that her brother cringed when she would simply reach toward the blackboard and curl her fingers. She concluded that she had classically conditioned her little brother. Match the following by identifying the parts of this classical conditioning process. (1.5 points each) A) dragging her nails B) brother cringing when nails go down board C) reaching toward board and curling fingers D) brother cringing when fingers curled 1. Unconditioned stimulus -
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Conditioned stimulus -3. Unconditioned response -4. Conditioned response -5. __________________ increases the likelihood that a behavior will be repeated and ______________decreases the likelihood that a behavior will be repeated. (2 points) A) Positive reinforcement; negative reinforcement B) Negative punishment; positive punishment C) Punishment; reinforcement D) Reinforcement; punishment 6. The presentation of an appetitive stimulus and the presentation of an aversive stimulus are both _______________ in nature, while the removal of an aversive stimulus and the removal of an appetitive stimulus are _____________ in nature. (2 points) A) reinforcing; punishing B) Punishing, reinforcing C) Negative, positive D) Positive, negative Answers 1. A 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. D 6. D...
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