Politely waiting for a turn to be a speaker Correct Answer a Mediating

Politely waiting for a turn to be a speaker correct

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c. Politely waiting for a turn to be a speaker Correct Answer: a. Mediating reinforcement Question 6 0 out of 2 points In Skinner’s analysis of multiple control Selected Answer: d. A mand, tact, and intraverbal are all functionally equivalent Correct Answer: a. A single response may be a function of more than one variable Question 7 2 out of 2 points Response reduction occurs when Selected Answer: b. Overt movements shrink in size and become covert Correct Answer: b. Overt movements shrink in size and become covert Question 8 2 out of 2 points The autoclitic tact informs the listener about some aspect of Selected Answer: c. The nonverbal stimuli related to the primary verbal operant Correct Answer: c. The nonverbal stimuli related to the primary verbal operant Question 9 0 out of 2 points Collateral responses occur when
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Selected Answer: c. Overt movements shrink in size and become covert Correct Answer: b. An observable behavior occurs along with a private stimulus Question 10 0 out of 2 points Social praise is the only reinforcer used during assessment. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: Fals e
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