Learning (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 296 - 298 of 312

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Question number: 296

» Learning » Reinforcement

Appeared in Year: 2015

Assertion-Reason▾

Assertion (Ꭺ)

A desirable behavior of an individual can be effectively used as a reference for another less desirable activity. (December)

Reason (Ꭱ)

Premack has suggested that all responses should be thought of as potential reinforcers.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Ꭺ is true but Ꭱ is false

b.

Ꭺ is false but Ꭱ is true

c.

Both Ꭺ and Ꭱ are true but Ꭱ is NOT the correct explanation of Ꭺ

d.

Both Ꭺ and Ꭱ are true and Ꭱ is the correct explanation of Ꭺ

Question number: 297

» Learning » Latent Learning

Appeared in Year: 2015

MCQ▾

Question

Read the following statement and decides:

“If a rat that had previously learned to traverse a maze or a runway to obtain food is placed directly into a non - empty goal box, it will stop traversing the maze or runway on Subsequent trials” What it exemplifies? (December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Response Extinction

b.

Latent Extinction

c.

Latent Learning

d.

Place Learning

Question number: 298

» Learning » Classical Conditioning

Appeared in Year: 2015

MCQ▾

Question

Which of the following is correct while comparing classical and operant conditioning? (December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Operant conditioning takes place before reinforcement while classical conditioning takes place after reinforcement

b.

Operant conditioning takes place as a result of some voluntary action while classical conditioning takes place without choice

c.

In operant conditioning response is elicited while in classical conditioning it is emitted.

d.

In operant conditioning magnitude of the response is the index of conditioning while in classical conditioning it is the rate of response.

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