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fixed-ratio; variable-ratio(True Answer )Correctfixed-ratio; fixed-intervalIncorrectvariable-ratio; variable-intervalIncorrectvariable-interval; fixed-intervalIncorrect
257(PsychSim: Operant Conditioning) Which schedule ofreinforcement produces the greatest resistance to extinction?fixed-ratioIncorrectfixed-intervalIncorrectvariable-ratioIncorrectvariable-interval(True Answer )Correct258(PsychSim: Monkey See, Monkey Do) Albert Bandura's classic―Bobo doll‖ experiments demonstrated the importance of_______ in the shaping of young children's behavior through________ learning.modeling; observational(True Answer )Correctconditioning; classicalIncorrectreinforcement; behavioralIncorrectcognition; unconditionedIncorrect259(PsychSim: Monkey See, Monkey Do) The children in thecontrol group in the original Bobo doll experimentacted exactly the same way as the children in theexperimental group.Incorrectdid not have their toys taken away from them.Incorrectdid not observe an aggressive model attacking the Bobodoll.(True Answer )Correctinvented new ways of being aggressive toward the Bobodoll.Incorrect260(PsychSim: Monkey See, Monkey Do) After watching the modelinteract with the Bobo doll, the children in the experimentalgrouphugged and kissed the Bobo doll.Incorrectcried in fear when they saw the Bobo doll.Incorrectdidn't know what to do with the Bobo doll.Incorrectattacked the Bobo doll.(True Answer )Correct261(PsychSim: Monkey See, Monkey Do) Bandura concluded thatchildren learn two things from observing an aggressivemodelhow to perform the specific aggressive acts andwhen to stop aggressing.Incorrectaggression is wrong.Incorrectaggression can be fun.(True Answer )Correctaggression cannot be controlled.Incorrect
262(PsychSim: Monkey See, Monkey Do) Children can learn to bekind and helpful through observing prosocial behavior, animportant aspect ofgeneralization.Incorrectrespondent behavior.Incorrectspontaneous recovery.Incorrectsocialization.(True Answer )Correct263(PsychSim: Iconic Memory) Iconic memory (sensory visualmemory) partially recreates an experiment conducted byB. F. Skinner.IncorrectGeorge Sperling.(True Answer )CorrectHerman Ebbinghaus.IncorrectElizabeth Loftus.Incorrect264(PsychSim: Iconic Memory) In this PsychSim activity, you wereasked to observe a random group of nine letters flashed brieflyon the screen. On this free recall memory task, an averagecollege student is most likely to recall _______ of the letters.only oneIncorrecteightIncorrectfour(True Answer )CorrectallIncorrect265(PsychSim: Iconic Memory) The technique used by thisPsychSim activity to demonstrate the full extent of your iconicmemory (sensory visual memory) is calledpartial report.(True Answer )Correctpriming.Incorrectinterference.Incorrectfree recall.Incorrect266

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