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Question 1

Reinforcement

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Secondary reinforcers are

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Choice (4)Response

a.

innate.

b.

almost never effective.

c.

much more effective than primary reinforcers.

d.

learned.

Question 2

Reinforcement

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If you give a child her favorite licorice candy for doing well in school and she continues to do well in school, the licorice candy is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

neither a reinforcer nor a reward.

b.

a reward, but not a reinforcer.

c.

a reinforcer, but not a reward.

d.

a reward and a reinforcer.

Question 3

Reinforcement

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Role of reinforcement in learning was emphasized by ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pavlov

b.

Skinner

c.

Barron

d.

Watson

Question 4

Reinforcement

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When a reward follows every response, it is called ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Continuous reinforcement

b.

Ratio reinforcement

c.

Fixed reinforcement

d.

Controlled reinforcement

Question 5

Reinforcement

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A student does a good job on math problems for homework, and the teacher awards a sticker. This demonstrates the use of

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Choice (4)Response

a.

reinforcement.

b.

spontaneous recovery.

c.

extinction.

d.

antecedents.

Question 6

Reinforcement

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By a continuous reinforcement schedule, we mean that

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Choice (4)Response

a.

responding without pausing is the requirement for reinforcement.

b.

reinforcement continues even when errors are made.

c.

each correct response is reinforced.

d.

reinforcements occur continuously regardless of the subject՚s behavior.

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