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Question number: 69

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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During Pavlov’s conditioning process, what element of classical conditioning did the bell and food play?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

CS and CR

b.

CS and UCS

c.

UCS and CS

d.

CS and UCR

e.

US and CS

Question number: 70

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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

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Choice (5) Response

a.

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

b.

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

c.

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

d.

Reinforcing the behavior he wished to extinguish

e.

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

Question number: 71

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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Classical conditioning is a process whereby:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

The CS is always presented before the UCS

b.

Learning occurs when a stimulus is paired with a certain response

c.

Actions that are reward tend to the strengthened

d.

Certain response result from certain stimulus presentations

e.

Learning can occur only if stimuli and response are not paired

Question number: 72

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

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In Pavlovian conditioning the learned response is:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

CS

b.

UCR

c.

UCS

d.

CR and UR

e.

CR

Question number: 73

» Learning » Operant Conditioning

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Edward Thorndike’s principle that a behavior followed by a satisfying state of affairs is strengthened and a behavior followed by an annoying state of affairs is weakened became known as:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

operant conditioning

b.

law of effect

c.

observational learning

d.

instrumental conditioning

e.

classical conditioning

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