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Question 1

Classical Conditioning

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What is the key distinction between classical conditioning and operant conditioning?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Operant conditioning attempts to pairs an unrelated stimuli and response, whereas classical conditioning underscores the consequences of behavior.

b.

Operant conditioning focuses on rewards, whereas classical conditioning focuses on punishment.

c.

Operant conditioning is used in human therapy, whereas classical conditioning is used only with other animals.

d.

Operant conditioning emphasizes the consequences of behavior, whereas classical conditioning emphasizes the association between stimuli.

Question 2

Classical Conditioning

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Julie feels sick whenever she sees a donut. Three years ago she had the stomach flu right when she ate two donuts. Since then, she cannot even look at one without feeling sick. Julie is a victim of ________ conditioning.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Classical

b.

Food industry

c.

Operational

d.

Social learning

Question 3

Classical Conditioning

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An experimenter wants to train a dog to bark at a red light. The dog naturally barks at a mouse when it is presented outside the dog՚s cage. For countless trials, the experimenter presents the mouse and then the red light. The dog never learn to bark at the red light because

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

the USC and the CS are presented in the wrong order

b.

the CS is not salient enough

c.

the UCR and the CS are not at all similar

d.

the CS precedes the UCS

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