5. UCS- shower water, CS- toilet flushing, UCR- jumps back from scalding water. CS- toilet flush, CR- jump back from water. In this scenario with Steve the unconditioned stimulus is the shower water, the conditioned stimulus is the toilet being flushed which causes the unconditioned response of Steve jumping away from the scalding hot water. Now when Steve is in the shower and hears the toilet flush he automatically jumps away from the water, a conditioned response, even though the water is may not be scalding. 6. Professor Schulte used positive punishment, by taking away an application response for the classes good grades he is taking away an undesirable assignment to encourage the class to keep up their good grades. 7. Pat’s girlfriend is demonstrating positive reinforcement, which in turn if Pat continues to take out the trash, he is likely to receive a video game every time he consistently takes out the trash. He is being given something he enjoys so he will keep up the behavior. 8. With John losing his license due to a DUI demonstrates negative punishment, John committed a crime that is not desired within the law, because of this they took away something he enjoys having so he will most likely not have another DUI in the future.
9. Taking pain medicine to get rid of a headache is negative reinforcement. By feeling terrible having a headache you are most like to take medication to help relieve the pain,
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