Learning-Classical Conditioning (AP Psychology): Questions 13 - 17 of 31

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Question number: 13

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In conditioning studies CR and UR:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

are usually, but no always, identical

b.

Have not similarity

c.

Are mostly identical

d.

are rarely identical

Question number: 14

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In 1920, John B. Watson experimentally induced a phobia in an infant later known as “Little Albert. ” What type of learning principle best explains Little Albert’s phobia?

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a.

operant conditioning

b.

observational learning

c.

law of effect

d.

classical conditioning

Question number: 15

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Jolly’s mother buys him a sailor’s cap before they go on a family fishing trip. On the boat, Jolly gets nauseated and vomits and rather next day he gets nauseated just from looking at the sailor’s cap. Before Jolly became nauseated, he was able to go fishing with his family, even catching several fish. Fishing is an example of what schedule of reinforcement?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Fixed interval

b.

Variable ratio

c.

Variable interval

d.

Unfixed interval

Question number: 16

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Which of the following time intervals between the CS and the UCS in classical conditioning produces the strongest conditioning?

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continuous

b.

simultaneous

c.

backward

d.

delayed

Question number: 17

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Which of the following clinical procedures are based, in part on classical conditioning?

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a.

Instrumental conditioning

b.

Token economy

c.

Two chair technique

d.

Systematic desensitization

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