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cues and antecedents. alternate responses. extinction. Add Question Here Question 145 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Tina always seems to be a little late for work every morning because she spends so much time drinking coffee and reading the morning paper that she has to rush through her shower and her selection of clothes. So, she has decided to get a cup of coffee and drink it while selecting her clothes, then take a shower, and, if any time remains, she will have a second cup of coffee and read the morning paper. Tina is utilizing the strategy that involves Answer breaking up response chaining. cues and antecedents. alternate responses. extinction. Add Question Here Question 146 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question David is a recovering alcoholic. He has not had a drink in 8 months. David has avoided parties where alcohol is served, found new friends who do not drink and stayed away from bars. Of the five strategies listed in your text for breaking a bad habit, David is using the one involving Answer breaking up response chaining. cues and antecedents. alternate responses. negative reinforcement. Add Question Here Question 147 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Brandon wants to cut down on smoking. So, he removes ashtrays, matches, and extra cigarettes from his house and office, keeping them only in the car. Of the strategies listed in your textbook for breaking a bad habit, Brandon is using the one involving Answer breaking up response chaining. cues and antecedents. alternate responses. negative reinforcement. Add Question Here Question 148 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A "behavioral contract" is a(n) Answer system of self-management. new type of service contract. use of higher order conditioning. illustration of the Premack principle. Add Question Here Question 149 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A formal agreement stating behaviors to be changed and consequences that apply is known as Answer the Premack principle.
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higher order conditioning. a behavioral contract. self-recording. Add Question Here Question 150 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Ginger has been procrastinating on finishing her dissertation. So, in a formal agreement with her fiance, she draws up an agreement in which she states that she will meet weekly deadlines on the number of pages she will complete and the rewards she will receive, such as eating out at her favorite restaurant, and the consequences she will incur, such as chores she hates to do. Ginger and her fiance are utilizing _____ to help her finish her dissertation. Answer the Premack principle higher order conditioning a behavioral contract self-recording Add Question Here Question 151 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Which of the following instances would be the most effective use of mild punishment in a behavioral contract?
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