Learning (AP Psychology): Questions 76 - 78 of 78

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Question number: 76

» Learning » Cognitive Processes in Learning

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Edward Tolman’s experiments with rats showed that:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Learning could be achieved without reinforcement

b.

All rats’ behaviour could be analyzed by stimulus - response contingencies

c.

Rats could learn second order conditioning in the absence of food

d.

Only reinforcement can promote learning in rats

Question number: 77

» Learning » Biological Factors

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Harry Harlows’s aimed to get his monkeys figure out that in any set of six trials, the food was always under the same box. Initially the monkeys chose the boxes randomly, sometimes finding food and sometimes not. But later on their behavior changed. After two constant trials to find the correct box, they continually went back to the same box. Harlow concluded that the monkeys had “learned how to learn. ” What was established by monkeys according to Harlow?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Reinforcers

b.

Cognitive sets

c.

Learning sets

d.

Learned maps

Question number: 78

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Mary, 5-year-old child, became nauseated after attending a friend’s birthday party. Since then, she becomes nauseous at the thought of eating cake, and refuses to eat even her own birthday cake. This result is likely due to a conditioned:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

taste aversion

b.

extinction

c.

stimulus

d.

response

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