Learning-Classical Conditioning (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 18 - 20 of 33

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Question number: 18

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A group of farmers tries to discourage animal Y from attacking their sheep by placing a substance on the wool of the sheep that makes animal Y sadistically ill if they eat it. Soon, the animal Y avoid the sheep entirely, then what are the UCS, CS, and CR, respectively?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

The animal Y, the sheep’s wool, aversion to sheep

b.

The substance, the sheep’s wool, aversion to the sheep

c.

The sheep’s wool, the substance, aversion to sheep

d.

The substance, the sheep’s wool, animal Y

e.

Aversion to sheep, the substance, the sheep’s wool

Question number: 19

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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. The sailor’s cap has become:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

The unconditioned response

b.

The conditioned stimulus

c.

The reconditioned stimulus

d.

The unconditioned stimulus

e.

The conditioned response

Question number: 20

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What is desensitization therapy?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

A conditioning technique that uses generalization to get people to overcome their fears

b.

A conditioning technique that creates a conditioned response from a formerly neutral stimuli

c.

A conditioning technique that gradually increases one’s desire to perform a particular behavior

d.

A conditioning technique that creates an avoidance of certain foods

e.

A conditioning technique designed to gradually reduce anxiety about a particular object or situation

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