CHAPTER 1: Introduction
1. Which of the following most correctly states Descartes position on human and animal behavior?
a. Human behavior is governed by free will; animal behavior is governed by reflexes.
b. A few human and animal behavio
CHAPTER 2: Elicited Behavior, Habituation, and Sensitization
1. Which of the following is the simplest form of elicited behavior?
a. the habitation response
b. feedback stimuli
c. reflexive behavior
d. the sensitization process
CHAPTER 4: Classical Conditioning: Mechanisms Test Bank
1. From the selection below, select the true statement about stimuli.
a. Identification of CSs and USs is relative.
b. Identification of CSs is relative, but USs do not need reference
CHAPTER 7: Instrumental Conditioning: Motivational Mechanisms
1. An instrumental conditioning procedure provides the opportunity for a subject to learn many associ ations. Which of the following possible associations is thought to arise du
CHAPTER 11: Comparative Cognition I: Memory Mechanisms
1. Animal cognition is most correctly defined as
a. the application of stimulus-response learning to explain complex chains of behavior.
b. the use of voluntary or conscious reflection
CHAPTER 3: Classical Conditioning: Foundations
1. Pavlovs study of classical conditioning began as an extension of his work on
c. the auditory system.
d. the knee-jerk reflex.
REF: Page 69
CHAPTER 8: Stimulus Control of Behavior
1. Stimulus control of instrumental behavior is demonstrated by which of the following?
a. similar responding in the presence of similar stimuli
b. similar responding in the presence of different sti
CHAPTER 12: Comparative Cognition II: Special Topics
1. Which of the following is most closely analogous to human episodic memory?
a. the contents of value transfer in pigeons
b. the contents of memory for hidden food items in scrub jays
CHAPTER 9: Extinction of Conditioned Behavior
1. The evidence suggests that extinction is
a. the opposite of inhibition.
b. unlearning of a conditioned response.
c. unlearning of a CS-US relationship.
d. new learning.
REF: Page 300
CHAPTER 10: Aversive Control: Avoidance and Punishment
1. Your friend checks her shoes before riding on the escalator, to make sure they are tied and will not get
caught between the moving steps. You recognize her behavior as which of the
CHAPTER 6: Schedules of Reinforcement and Choice Behavior
1. For 30 ten-minute trials, a rat received a food pellet every other lever press. This rat was on a _
schedule of reinforcement.
a. fixed interval
b. fixed ratio
c. variable interv
CHAPTER 5: Instrumental Conditioning: Foundations
1. Your dog is sitting quietly in the front yard when an intruder approaches. As you would hope, the dog
begins to bark vigorously and the intruder runs away. The dogs barking is an example
Running head: Motivation Theory
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