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Question number: 1850

» Learning » Behavior Modification

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The process through which a response is taught by rewarding successive approximations to the final desired response is

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extinction.

b.

secondary reinforcement.

c.

fading.

d.

shaping.

Question number: 1851

» Memory » Memory Process

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________ memory is that part of long-term memory made up of conditioned responses and learned skills.

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Semantic

b.

skill

c.

Episodic

d.

Fact

Question number: 1852

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Which of the following phenomena was studied by Pavlov?

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Animal cognition

b.

Maturation

c.

Operant conditioning

d.

Classical conditioning

Question number: 1853

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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In Cognitive Psychology the “Computer” is the ________.

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Synapse

b.

Brain

c.

Central nervous system

d.

Nervous system

Question number: 1854

» Communication » Barriers to Communication

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Barriers arise due to the differences in meanings which different people attach to different things, are called ________.

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Technical barriers

b.

Semantic barriers

c.

Personal barriers

d.

All of the above

Question number: 1855

» Concept Formation » Types of Concepts

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A ________ refers to a class of objects having more than one feature in common.

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Relational Concept

b.

Disjunctive Concept

c.

Conjunctive Concept

d.

All of the above

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