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  1. Extinction takes place more quickly after continuous reinforcement than after partial reinforcement. True
    False

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QUESTION 2

  1. When I drive, I make sure to focus more on the road than to my phone, radio, or anything else. In this example, the road is the stimulus with the highest level of _________.InterestFocusSalienceImpact

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QUESTION 3

  1. Pavlov’s dogs salivated in response to the ringing of a certain bell. If they also salivate at the sound of a different bell, they are showing:Stimulus discriminationConditioning discriminationConditioning generalizationStimulus generalization

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QUESTION 4

  1. If I offered Bill Gates $1000 to mow my lawn, he probably would not do it. In this case, he would not respond to the reinforcer because, to him, it would have low _______.FrequencyMagnitudeValueDuration

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QUESTION 5

  1. What is the term for the research method in which the participant’s instrumental behavior can terminate an aversive stimuli that is being delivered?Avoidance trialEscape trialShuttle avoidanceControl trial

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QUESTION 6

  1. Students in the classroom behave very differently from students on Spring Break due to the different environmental stimuli. This is an example of:Behavioral varianceStimuli varianceDifferential respondingDifferential stimuli

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QUESTION 7

  1. What is the term for the change in response when a conditioned response does result in the anticipated reinforcement?Satiation theoryFrustration theoryExpectation theoryConditioning theory

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QUESTION 8

  1. Behavioral momentum typically increases the rate of reinforcement. True
    False

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QUESTION 9

  1. A talented musician might be able to easily distinguish and differentiate between notes simply by listening to them. This keen ability to differentiate between notes can be described as ______.FamiliarityKeen observationSkilled differentiationExpert performance

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QUESTION 10

  1. What is the theory of extinction that is based on an individual’s ability to remember instances of reward and nonreward?Sequential theoryFrustration theoryMemory theoryContrast theory

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QUESTION 11

  1. An avoidable aversive stimulus creates less fear than an unavoidable aversive stimulus. True
    False

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QUESTION 12

  1. Every single time a student answers a question correct in class, they receive bonus points. In this example, the schedule of reinforcement is:Intermittant Continuous ContingentExtinct

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QUESTION 13

  1. In most environments, there subtle and overt indications of how we should behave, such as in movie theatres, airplanes, or funerals. These are referred to as:Contextual cuesInteroceptive cuesStimulus cuesBehavioral cues

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QUESTION 14

  1. When you see a yellow taxi and need a ride, you are conditioned to wave it down. However, you only wave them down when their light is on because you know they are available. In this example, the taxi’s light is a(n):Sign stimuliModulatorModeratorIndicator

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QUESTION 15

  1. One of the less predictable aspects of learning and conditioning are _________, which are internal, subjective feelings about the stimuli or reinforcer.Interoceptive cuesAffective cuesStimulus cuesReinforcer cues

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QUESTION 16

  1. What is the term for less persistence of instrumental behavior in extinction following training with a larger reinforcer than following training with a small or moderate reinforcer?Overtraining extinction effectPartial-reinforcement extinction effectOvertraining extinction effectContrast extinction theory

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QUESTION 17

  1. What is the term for a the loss of a learned response that occurs because information about the training is irrevocably lost due to the passage of time?ExtinctionForgettingFrustrationConditioning

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QUESTION 18

  1. A child squirming in the cart at the grocery store will only stop squirming briefly when presented with a toy to play with before it begins squirming again. This is an example of:ExtinctionReinstatementFrustrationResurgence

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QUESTION 19

  1. A student who took a statistics class with me might forget everything they learned in class but suddenly remember much of it when we see each other years later. This would be an example of the:Renewal effectFamiliarity effectContingency effectTemporal effect

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QUESTION 20

  1. Extinction and unlearning are the same. True
    False

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