there was little, if any, access to clean water. there was often no access to fuels needed for simple preparation precautions. All of the above Question 12 5 / 5 points In a famous classical conditioning experiment, a dog will salivate when he or she learns to associate the sounding of a tuning fork with the prospect of being fed. At this point the sounding of a tuning fork has become a conditioned stimulus and salivation has become a/an: Question options: automated response. neutralized response. behavioral response. conditioned response. Question 13 5 / 5 points According to Schuurman, modern technology: Question options: is beginning to penetrate and direct modern culture. is the key to a vibrant and healthy social order. could conceivably replace the entirety of nonmaterial culture. is already directing modern culture. Question 14 5 / 5 points Regarding the case of the Ford Pinto, which statement is TRUE? Question options: About half of the Pinto prototypes passed the 20 mph test. <p> Ralph Nader demonized the Ford Motor Company in his book <em>Unsafe at any Speed</em>.</p> The decision to go ahead with Pinto production was based on a <br /> cost/benefit analysis.
It was estimated that the average cost of repairing the fuel tank <br /> problem would be about $20 per vehicle. Question 15 5 / 5 points According to Armstrong, a capacity to form bonds with particular aspects of our surroundings is the meaning of the word: Question options: relational.
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