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Question number: 1474

» Therapeutic Approaches » Behavioral Therapy

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The basic assumption of behavior therapy is that

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Choice (5) Response

a.

phobia cannot be created.

b.

phobias can be created and dismantled.

c.

learned response causes problems, therefore, behavior can be changed by relearning.

d.

past experiences and emotional trauma must be probed before behavior can be changed.

e.

deep understanding of one’s problems leads to behavior change.

Question number: 1475

» Drugs & Its Induced Changes » Categories of Drugs

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Which of the given drugs block reuptake causing increased neural stimulation?

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a.

Amphetamines

b.

Methamphetamines

c.

Cocaine

d.

Heroin

e.

Morphine

Question number: 1476

» Development of Human Behavior » Hereditary and Environment

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Kohlberg studied moral development by

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a.

having subjects keep a daily journal of their actions.

b.

evaluating criminal and delinquent person’s court records.

c.

posing moral dilemmas to children of same ages.

d.

having subjects perform various legal or illegal behaviors.

e.

posing moral dilemmas to children of different ages.

Question number: 1477

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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How did Ivan Pavlov conduct extinction trials on his classically conditioned dogs?

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Repeatedly presenting the conditioned stimulus (bell) without pairing it with the unconditioned stimulus (food)

b.

Repeatedly bringing in different types of food (UCS) and then reinforcing the salivating instantaneously after

c.

Reinforcing the behavior he wished to extinguish

d.

Immediately giving the dogs food (UCS) after the bell (CS) rings

e.

Repeatedly presenting dogs with the food and the bell at the same time

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