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Question number: 1012

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Transference

b.

Instrumental conditioning

c.

Token economy

d.

Two chair technique

e.

Systematic desensitization

Question number: 1013

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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In operant conditioning:

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a.

Continuous reinforcement schedule is least susceptible to extinction

b.

Shaping occurs when responses are coincidentally paired to a reinforcer

c.

Shaping occurs when responses are not coincidentally paired to a reinforcer

d.

The process is related to trial and error learning

e.

Negative reinforcement is a type of punishment

Question number: 1014

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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By the perceptual organization of stimuli the person’s span of attention is:

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a.

Unaffected

b.

Decreased

c.

Increased

d.

Divided

e.

All of the above

Question number: 1015

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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The unconscious contains

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a.

repressed memories and emotions.

b.

thoughts, perceptions, and memories.

c.

everything we are aware of at a given moment.

d.

material that cannot be brought to awareness

e.

material that can easily be brought to awareness.

Question number: 1016

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Sense Organs

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Smells can often bring up emotional memories because the neural pathways for smell go through

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a.

the parietal lobe.

b.

the temporal lobe.

c.

the limbic system.

d.

the reticular formation.

e.

the occipital lobe.

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