4 Children often learn to associate pushing a vending machine button with the

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4.Children often learn to associate pushing avending machine button with the delivery of acandy bar. This best illustrates the processunderlying __________ conditioning.6.According to B. F. Skinner, human behavior iscontrolled primarily by ______________influences.8.gateway from the sensory systems to the brain9.The minimum stimulation a person needs to detecta stimulus 50 percent of the time is called the_______ threshold.12.sense of hearing15.regulates the amount of light entering the eye16.rods and cones18.an event that strengthens the behavior it follows19.changes shape to bring images into focus20.Unconditioned (neutral) stimulus21._________ reinforcement leads to the strongestbehaviors22.this can change behavior but may have a numberof negative side effects25.Both classical and operant conditioning are formsof ________ learning.27.The process by which our sensory systemstransform stimulus energies into neural impulses
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PSY150 Exam 3Cynthia EricksonDown30.Many perceptions involve more than one sense31.the experience of feeling pain in an amputated limb33.the junctions between neurons35.The view that psychology should be an objectivescience that studies behavior without reference tomental processes37.procedural memory38.learning that occurs without reinforcement40.Visual perceptions of objects often change whenthe objects are viewed in different surroundings.This best illustrates _____ effects.
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