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Question number: 360

» Psychological Foundations of Education » Learning and Motivation » Pavlov's Classical and Skinner's Operant Conditioning

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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In the two sets given below - Set - I provides operant conditioning procedures and Set – II offers their descriptions in terms of cue being present or absent, the mode of re-inforcement - positive or negative and response made/withheld. Match the two and indicate your answer by selecting the code given. (July Paper II)

Table shows the two set

Table shows the two set

Operant conditioning procedures

Descriptions in terms of cue and re-inforcement modality Response made/withheld

1

Reward training

i

Cue absent, response withheld and positive reinforcement

2

Escape training

ii

Cue present, response made and negative re-inforcement

3

Active Avoidance training

iii

Cue absent, response made and negative re-inforcement

4

Omission training

iv

Cue absent, response made and positive re-inforcement

v

Cue present, response made and positive re-inforcement

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1 - iv, 2 - iii, 3 - ii, 4 - i

b.

1 - ii, 2 - iii, 3 - ii, 4 - v

c.

1 - v, 2 - ii, 3 - i, 4 - iii

d.

1 - i, 2 - ii, 3 - iii, 4 - iv

Question number: 361

» Psychological Foundations of Education » Learning and Motivation » Learning and Motivation

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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From the list given below identify those which constitute teaching techniques to enhance motivation and learning. Choose from the code to indicate your answer. (November PAPER - III)

(a) Distribution of practice and rest in learning

(b) Teacher’s interaction style

(c) Providing immediate or delayed feed back

(d) Students reaction to success and failure

(e) Whole and part learning

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

(a), (b) and (e)

b.

(a), (b) and (c)

c.

(b), (c) and (d)

d.

(a), (d) and (e)