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10. The process that establishes or strengthens a conditioned response is known as a) the conditional response. b) salivation. c) acquisition. d) classical stimulation. 11. You hear the sound of a dentist’s drill shortly before the unpleasant experience of the drill on your teeth. From then on, the sound of a dentist’s drill arouses anxiety. In classical conditioning, what is the sound of a dentist’s drill? 12. What did Thorndike mean by the Law of Effect?
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3 13. An event that decreases the probability of a response is known as 14. Maggie wants to teach her dog to lie down. She says the words “lie down” and places her hand on the ground in front of him. Where he lies down near her hand, she gives him a dog biscuit. She asks him to lie down five times in a row and gives him a dog biscuit each time he does. In this example, the dog biscuit is: a) punishment b) negative reinforcement c) positive reinforcement d) negative punishment
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