12. All of the following are not true related to the promotion that best exemplifies the use of a fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement, except:A) Every now and then, Starbucks offers its customers a punch card. Each time a patron purchases a beverage, a hole is punched; when 5 holes are punched, the patron receives a free beverage.B) Every not and then, Starbucks announces a two-for-one deal on Facebook, so people must check the Starbuck’s page occasionally to see if the promotion is available.C) Starbucks has a two-for-one deal every Friday morning.D) Starbucks prints as “You are a winner” on a random 1/12 of its coffee lids; patrons receiving such a lid can redeem it for a free beverage.13. Initially, an infant no longer responds to a nurse’s blue uniform. But after a couple of painfulexperiences of getting a vaccination shot from a nurse in a blue uniform, the infant will react with fear in response to a nurse in a blue uniform who simply walks into the examining room. All of the following are not true response to the infant related to the sight of a nurse in a blue uniform, except:
14. Chris is making some extra money as a phone solicitor for his university’s fundraising drive. He paid $10 for every twenty calls he makes, regardless of whether the person donates. Which ofthe following describes the best schedule of reinforcement?15. Over the years at The Cheesecake Factory, Mr. Ed has noticed that each employee tends to bethe most productive in the weeks just before his or her biannual performance review. If Mr. Ed read Chapter 7 on “Learning”, he would know that his employee’s behavior was _______.16. Pollo trains his dog to sit. Originally, he gives the dog a treat each time when the dog sits on command. 10 minutes later, he gives the dog a treat every third time the dog sits on command. Pollo has replaced a _____ schedule of reinforcement with a ______ schedule.A) primary; secondaryB) continuous; fixed-intervalC) continuous; secondaryD) continuous; fixed-ratio
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