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Note: This study guide is meant to be suggestive, not absolute. Material not listed in this guide (but presented in class) may appear on the exam. 12. List and describe the stages of learning associated with classical conditioning. 13. Pavlov is associated with ________________ conditioning and Skinner is associated with ______________ conditioning. 14. How is classical conditioning different from operant conditioning? 15. What is the law of effect? 16. Identify each statement as an example of negative punishment, positive punishment, negative reinforcement, or positive reinforcement. Answers appear on the last page of this study guide. a. Whenever a puppy barks, it gets its belly rubbed, so it barks more. b. A professor directs all questions to the student who arrives late to class. c. A person with a clean driving record receives a reduced insurance premium. d. Your date arrives an hour late, and you refuse to speak for the rest of the evening. 17. List and describe the schedules of reinforcement. 18. What is observational learning? Answers to Question 11: US = lemon UR = a pucker CS = blue dot CR = a pucker at the sight of the blue dot Answers to Question 16 : a. Positive reinforcement b. Positive punishment c. Negative reinforcement d. Negative punishment
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