Learning-Classical Conditioning (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 44 - 47 of 90

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Question number: 44

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In classical conditioning, events critical to the learning occur ________ the response.

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a.

simultaneously with

b.

before

c.

after

d.

in a manner unrelated to

Question number: 45

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Which of the following best describes the unusual events that occurred in Pavlov’s laboratory leading him to the discovery of classical conditioning?

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a.

Dogs salivated after meat powder was placed in their mouths.

b.

Dogs salivated if and only if they were given a reward.

c.

Dogs sometimes salivated before meat powder was placed in their mouths.

d.

Salivation existed in dogs as an unlearned reflex.

Question number: 46

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One difference between classical and operant conditioning is that

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a.

classical conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.

b.

animals learn only by operant conditioning.

c.

operant conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.

d.

operant conditioning occurs when a response is not affected by consequences.

Question number: 47

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Advertisers often try to use higher order conditioning by

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a.

associating the unconditioned stimulus with a cognitive response.

b.

pairing images that evoke good feelings with pictures of their products.

c.

sounding loud tones at key points in the advertisement.

d.

reducing fear or anxiety as they repeatedly show the same commercial.

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