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Question number: 51

» Learning » Social or Observational Learning

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Which of the following explains social cognitive learning?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Learning occurs when we see someone else being punished for a behavior.

b.

Learning is simply based on observation.

c.

Learning is likely to happen whether we see someone else punished or rewarded for behavior.

d.

Learning occurs when we see someone else being rewarded for a behavior.

Question number: 52

» Learning » Social or Observational Learning

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In “bobo” doll experiment conducted by Albert Bandura, which group of children spontaneously acted aggressively toward the doll rather quickly?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Model-punished condition

b.

No-consequences condition

c.

Model-reward condition

d.

No condition

Question number: 53

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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The reversion of animals to behaviors characteristic of their species even when being reinforced for performing other behaviors is known as:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

learned helplessness

b.

behavioral preparedness

c.

instinctive drift

d.

social learning

Question number: 54

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Schedules of reinforcement maintain your behavior. Which of the following schedules of reinforcement can be explained by this example: Calling a friend and getting a busy signal because the friend is frequently on the phone?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Fixed variable

b.

Variable interval

c.

Fixed interval

d.

Fixed ratio

Question number: 55

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Thorndike’s law of effect neglects the inner drives or motives that make learners pursue the “satisfying state, ” allowing learners to reach their goals. Who agreed with this statement?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Kohler

b.

Watson

c.

Tolman

d.

Skinner

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