Although he feels full, he eats donuts. According to Guthrie, forgetting is not a matter of decay of old impressions and associations but: a A result of inhibition of old connections by new ones b A result of disinhibitions of old connections c A result of generalizations of stimuli d A result of discrimination e None of the above 30. According to one definition, behavior is abnormal if: a. If the quiz doesn't open when you enter your name, please enter your details a second time or refresh the page as this usually fixes the issue. Mediation occurs when one member of an associated pair is linked to the other by means of: a A reinforcement b An intervening element c Generalization d Secondary reinforcement e None of the above 57.
What is the population that psychologists usually study? When Tolman trained rats to run a maze to obtain a food reward, and then blocked the original path, the rats immediately took the shortest route to the food. Where did you go wrong? The chimpanzees learned it too, because they were allowed to cash those chips for grapes afterwards. Johnny was playing on his swing set when a semi truck blasted its horn on the street directly in front of him. Goal, expectancy, behavioural potential, psychological situation. B is rewarded for successive approximations toward a target behaviour. Which need is on top of the Maslow's hierarchy of needs? So, the credit goes to the members who solved them, however, neither them nor I am sure whether they are all correct, so feel free to make corrections. Partial Reinforcement is often called: a Intermittent Reinforcment b Schedules of Reinforcement c Span of Reinforcement d Reinforcement Schedule e None of the above 88.
If you are using Safari, please read this or try with an alternative browser, such as Chrome. Who said that any act is a movement but not vice versa? According to Freudian dream terminonlogy, condensation refers to: a. The principle governing the ethical treatment of human participants in research essentially states that the hazards anticipated in the research project should be not grater than those encountered in the daily activities. In negative punishment, a desirable object is removed in response to undesirable behavior with the goal of reducing or ending the undesirable behavior. When learning in one situation influences learning in another situation, there is evidence of: a Avoidance learning b Learned helplessness c Premise of Equipotentiality d Transfer of Training e None of the above 54. Which law of learning states that things most often repeated are best retained? Which of the following explanations for the problems of obesity targets environmental factors as the cause? Now Johnny gets scared every time he hears a truck. B You are not being consistent in giving out the reward.
An independent variable is: a. A classical conditioning B stimulus discrimination C shaping D negative reinforcement Which of the following is an example of negative reinforcement? The stress condition is a Advantageous to the performer b Detrimental to the performer c Neither d helpful in the development of strength. The form of learning in which a previously neutral stimulus is paired with a stimulus that causes an innate response in order to elicit the same or similar response from what was the neutral stimulus is referred to as: A classical conditioning B operant conditioning C extinction D stimulus generalization Which of the following is true of classical conditioning? Behaviourists, Watson, Skinner, social, concerned, shaping, extinction, cessation. D the ability to use a cognitive map. After becoming paired with the unconditioned stimulus, the conditioned stimulus then elicits a conditioned response.
Which defense mechanism does his statement involve? Rudy has been on a strict diet of 1000 calories per day for the last six weeks. Method from other methods of scientific observation: a. B You experience an event that has a mixture of reinforcing and punishing properties. Social cognitive, unusual, functionally different class of situations, situational signature. According to Rotter, what type of Locus of control does the student appear to have? These questions are designed to test your skills in defining, explaining, and interpreting course concepts and scientific methods. The initial steep rise in the learning graph is an indication of quick progress and is technically known as a 'End spurt' b 'Initial spurt' c Saturation point d None of the above. This is an example of what effect? D You punished the child, not the behavior.
D You watch someone else receive reinforcement for a particular behavior. Answer choices in this exercise appear in a different order each time the page is loaded. The fact that many people demonstrate mild to moderate fears of rodents, snakes, heights, and blood, but few demonstrate mild to moderate fears of newspapers, flowers, paper plates, and socks, lends support to the idea of A vicarious reinforcement. You quickly learn to move your hand when the light goes on. Psychology, the behaviorists believed, should be the scientific study of observable behavior.
What aspect of movement refers to body awareness? For example, in , the smell of food was the naturally occurring stimulus that was paired with the previously neutral ringing of the bell. He also found that the timing of when reinforcements were delivered influenced how quickly a behavior was learned and how strong the response would be. Kohler e None of the above 36. C Your yelling is serving as a punishment. What type of motivation is not applicable to young children? Once an association had been made between the two, the sound of the bell alone could lead to a response. When catching a ball, your hand knows when to grasp because a Your parasympathetic nervous system is active b Alpha waves are being generated by your brain c participating muscles receive efferent signals from the brain d afferent signals inform your hand that the ball is about to make contact. Pavlov b Mowrer c Miller d Guthrie e J.
What role did the B+ play in her present motivation? Consideration of participants in psychological research as ……. Copyright © 1995-2011 Pearson Education. D learning that was not dependent on a food reward. Who propounded the expectancy theory of learning?. The followers bow down to him, and sure enough, Satan does not burn them, so they keep bowing down to the leader. The two factor theory of motivation is given by a Maslow b Jung c Alderfer d Harzberg.
Behaviour therapists believe that the respondent or classical conditioning is effective in dealing with the non-voluntary automatic behaviour, whereas the operant one is successful predominantly with motor and cognitive behaviours, Thus, unadaptive habits such as nail biting, trichotillomania, enuresis encopresis, thumb sucking etc. Psychopathology: The study of deviations from normal or everyday functioning. After struggling and struggling to find the solution to a calculus problem, you decide to hang it up for the night. Secondary reinforcers are used to support a behavior that has become associated with a primary reinforce. That allows you to load the quiz into any browser, later, without connecting to a network. C New behavior can be acquired this way. The discipline that deals with sampling data from a population and then drawing inferences about the population from the sample is: a.
Superego: In psychoanalysis, a development from both the id and ego, and represents our attempts to integrate 'values' that we learn from our parents or society. You should still be able to navigate through these materials but selftest questions will not work. Which of the following is a law of learning? You want to condition your cat to stay out of your garbage cans with as few trials as possible. How can you extinguish the driver's learning? Mixed Anxiety-Depressive Disorder: A hybrid disorder exhibiting symptoms of both anxiety and depression. The cause of frustration among sports person is a Result of own performance b Normally due to mismatched level of aspiration and ability c Result of good performance d Natural outcome of competitive sports.