A the frontal lobe B the parietal lobe C the temporal lobe D the occipital lobe

A the frontal lobe b the parietal lobe c the temporal

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A. the frontal lobe
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B. the parietal lobeC. the temporal lobeD. the occipital lobeQuestion 16 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsWhen two stimuli are associated to produce a reflexive response in an organism, that animal (or person. has demonstrated __________ conditioning.A. classicalB. aversiveC. operant
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D. associativeQuestion 17 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsMort is going to the supermarket to pick up seven items – a toilet brush, shampoo, apples, toothpicks, baby diapers, a birthday card, and pasta. He has them written down in this order on his shopping list, but he gets to the store and finds that he’s left the list at home. He finds the first few things and the last few things on his list, but for all of his effort he cannot remember that he needed toothpicks. This tendency to forget things that came in the middle of a list of items is called the __________ effect.A. recencyB. primacyC. serial positionD. pseudo-forgetting
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Question 18 of 205.0/ 5.0 Points__________ encoding is the process of encoding meaning.A. SemanticB. SensoryC. WorkingD. InterpretativeQuestion 19 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsThe __________ distinction refers to the difference between what a person learns and its application on that particular day.A. application-theory
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B. learning-performanceC. diatheticalD. qualitative-quantitativeQuestion 20 of 205.0/ 5.0 PointsWhile __________ conditioning focuses on spreading a reflexive response to a new precipitating stimulus, __________ conditioning utilizes an organism’s ability to associate actions with future consequences.A. operant; vicariousB. vicarious; latent
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C. latent; classicalD. classical; operant
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