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In ------conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences
In ------conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences
In ________ conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences.
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General Biology   malsafwani   14   2 hours ago
Pharmacotherapy: Principles and Practice (4th ed.) - [Emergency]
Pharmacotherapy: Principles and Practice (4th ed.) - [Emergency]
Textbook Title: Pharmacotherapy: Principles and Practice (4th ed.)

Author(s): Chisholm-Burns, M. A., Wells, B. G., Schwinghammer, T. L., Malone, P. M., Kolesar, J. M., & Dipiro,

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Test-Bank and Note Requests   roscoecoltrane   13   2 hours ago
Slaves of the master concept
Slaves of the master concept
what is slaves of the master concept in corrections
Law and Politics   popppa   18   4 hours ago
__________ is the feature of language that makes it possible to talk about the past or hypothetic
__________ is the feature of language that makes it possible to talk about the past or hypothetic
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Anthropology   Evie5480   34   butterfly127   4 hours ago
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you ...
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you ...
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you understand the following concepts: unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, conditioned response, acquisition, extinction, and spontaneous recovery.
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   21   5 hours ago
How does classical conditioning explain the extinction of a conditioned response?
How does classical conditioning explain the extinction of a conditioned response?
How does classical conditioning explain the extinction of a conditioned response?
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   22   Vaultner   5 hours ago
What are the steps of a classical conditioning session?
What are the steps of a classical conditioning session?
What are the steps of a classical conditioning session?
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   16   radmehr   5 hours ago
Define “learning” and explain what makes classical conditioning a form of learning.
Define “learning” and explain what makes classical conditioning a form of learning.
Define “learning” and explain what makes classical conditioning a form of learning.
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   14   radmehr   5 hours ago
Carl has just had a bad experience in a restaurant. He found a piece of dirty cloth in his soup and ...
Carl has just had a bad experience in a restaurant. He found a piece of dirty cloth in his soup and ...
Carl has just had a bad experience in a restaurant. He found a piece of dirty cloth in his soup and now whenever he drives past what used to be his favourite restaurant he feels ill. Describe what has caused his experience using the terms of classical conditioning.
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   15   radmehr   5 hours ago
What was Pavlov’s major contribution to psychology?
What was Pavlov’s major contribution to psychology?
What was Pavlov’s major contribution to psychology?
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   13   Vaultner   5 hours ago
Observing consequences for aggressive acts seems to help preschoolers learn that violence is morally ...
Observing consequences for aggressive acts seems to help preschoolers learn that violence is morally ...
Observing consequences for aggressive acts seems to help preschoolers learn that violence is morally unacceptable.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   12   radmehr   5 hours ago
Bandura used tokens to enhance his demonstration of observational learning.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
Bandura used tokens to enhance his demonstration of observational learning.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
Bandura used tokens to enhance his demonstration of observational learning.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
Observational learning or modelling is a behaviour that is unique to humans.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
Observational learning or modelling is a behaviour that is unique to humans.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
Observational learning or modelling is a behaviour that is unique to humans.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   10   Vaultner   5 hours ago
Behaviour modification has been successfully applied to psychological problems like phobias and ...
Behaviour modification has been successfully applied to psychological problems like phobias and ...
Behaviour modification has been successfully applied to psychological problems like phobias and addictive behaviour (drug addiction).
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   10   radmehr   5 hours ago
Reinforcing children or students for activities they already enjoy often results in an increase in ...
Reinforcing children or students for activities they already enjoy often results in an increase in ...
Reinforcing children or students for activities they already enjoy often results in an increase in the preferred behaviour, even after the reinforcement is withdrawn.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   radmehr   5 hours ago
One of the most successful applications of behaviour modification has been in the treatment of ...
One of the most successful applications of behaviour modification has been in the treatment of ...
One of the most successful applications of behaviour modification has been in the treatment of psychological problems ranging from phobias to addictive behaviours.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   9   Vaultner   5 hours ago
The tokens in a token economy are chosen because they are primary reinforcers.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
The tokens in a token economy are chosen because they are primary reinforcers.a. TrueIncorrect: ...
The tokens in a token economy are chosen because they are primary reinforcers.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   10   radmehr   5 hours ago
The processes of generalization, discrimination, extinction, and spontaneous recovery occur in both ...
The processes of generalization, discrimination, extinction, and spontaneous recovery occur in both ...
The processes of generalization, discrimination, extinction, and spontaneous recovery occur in both classical and operant conditioning.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
“Time out” is a technique in which a child who is misbehaving is removed from sources of ...
“Time out” is a technique in which a child who is misbehaving is removed from sources of ...
“Time out” is a technique in which a child who is misbehaving is removed from sources of positive reinforcement for a short period of time.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Vaultner   5 hours ago
An effective method of applying punishment is for one parent to punish a behaviour and another ...
An effective method of applying punishment is for one parent to punish a behaviour and another ...
An effective method of applying punishment is for one parent to punish a behaviour and another parent ignore the same behaviour.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Vaultner   5 hours ago
Ideally, punishment should be the minimum necessary to suppress the problem behaviour.a. ...
Ideally, punishment should be the minimum necessary to suppress the problem behaviour.a. ...
Ideally, punishment should be the minimum necessary to suppress the problem behaviour.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   10   radmehr   5 hours ago
Both punishment and negative reinforcement are used to decrease the probability of a response.a. ...
Both punishment and negative reinforcement are used to decrease the probability of a response.a. ...
Both punishment and negative reinforcement are used to decrease the probability of a response.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
The strength or speed of conditioning does not appear to be influenced by the level of motivation of ...
The strength or speed of conditioning does not appear to be influenced by the level of motivation of ...
The strength or speed of conditioning does not appear to be influenced by the level of motivation of the learner.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
Responses are conditioned more effectively when the reinforcement is immediate.a. TrueCorrect: ...
Responses are conditioned more effectively when the reinforcement is immediate.a. TrueCorrect: ...
Responses are conditioned more effectively when the reinforcement is immediate.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Vaultner   5 hours ago
In the partial-reinforcement effect, the partial reinforcement results in partial learning.a. ...
In the partial-reinforcement effect, the partial reinforcement results in partial learning.a. ...
In the partial-reinforcement effect, the partial reinforcement results in partial learning.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
In fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement, the rate of responding is high because the number of ...
In fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement, the rate of responding is high because the number of ...
In fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement, the rate of responding is high because the number of reinforcers depends directly on the response rate.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Vaultner   5 hours ago
The goal of both positive and negative reinforcement is to increase the probability of a response.a. ...
The goal of both positive and negative reinforcement is to increase the probability of a response.a. ...
The goal of both positive and negative reinforcement is to increase the probability of a response.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
Negative reinforcement involves learning a behaviour because something negative follows the ...
Negative reinforcement involves learning a behaviour because something negative follows the ...
Negative reinforcement involves learning a behaviour because something negative follows the behaviour.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   radmehr   5 hours ago
A secondary reinforcer is acquired or learned.a. TrueCorrect: Correctb. FalseIncorrect: Incorrect
A secondary reinforcer is acquired or learned.a. TrueCorrect: Correctb. FalseIncorrect: Incorrect
A secondary reinforcer is acquired or learned.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   11   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
In operant conditioning, it is important for the consequences to come first and then the behaviour ...
In operant conditioning, it is important for the consequences to come first and then the behaviour ...
In operant conditioning, it is important for the consequences to come first and then the behaviour within 10 seconds.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
In operant conditioning, the consequences of behaviour are manipulated to increase or decrease the ...
In operant conditioning, the consequences of behaviour are manipulated to increase or decrease the ...
In operant conditioning, the consequences of behaviour are manipulated to increase or decrease the frequency of a response or to shape an entirely new response.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   11   radmehr   5 hours ago
In operant conditioning, learning occurs when a behaviour is modified by the consequences of the ...
In operant conditioning, learning occurs when a behaviour is modified by the consequences of the ...
In operant conditioning, learning occurs when a behaviour is modified by the consequences of the behaviour.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   13   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
Drug overdoses can result if a typical dose of the drug is taken in a strange place.a. TrueCorrect: ...
Drug overdoses can result if a typical dose of the drug is taken in a strange place.a. TrueCorrect: ...
Drug overdoses can result if a typical dose of the drug is taken in a strange place.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   12   radmehr   5 hours ago
According to the text, television advertisements are most effective if the products are presented ...
According to the text, television advertisements are most effective if the products are presented ...
According to the text, television advertisements are most effective if the products are presented just after the beautiful people are shown.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
Classical conditioning rarely occurs if the conditioned stimulus follows the unconditioned ...
Classical conditioning rarely occurs if the conditioned stimulus follows the unconditioned ...
Classical conditioning rarely occurs if the conditioned stimulus follows the unconditioned stimulus.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   radmehr   5 hours ago
Conditioning occurs most quickly when the unconditioned stimulus and the conditioned stimulus occur ...
Conditioning occurs most quickly when the unconditioned stimulus and the conditioned stimulus occur ...
Conditioning occurs most quickly when the unconditioned stimulus and the conditioned stimulus occur at the same time.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Vaultner   5 hours ago
John Watson conditioned little Albert to exhibit fear of a white rat and then extinguished this ...
John Watson conditioned little Albert to exhibit fear of a white rat and then extinguished this ...
John Watson conditioned little Albert to exhibit fear of a white rat and then extinguished this fear.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   10   Vaultner   5 hours ago
In higher-order conditioning, the unconditioned stimulus and response are actually previously ...
In higher-order conditioning, the unconditioned stimulus and response are actually previously ...
In higher-order conditioning, the unconditioned stimulus and response are actually previously conditioned stimuli and responses.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Vaultner   5 hours ago
Spontaneous recovery refers to the reappearance of a conditioned response when the conditioned ...
Spontaneous recovery refers to the reappearance of a conditioned response when the conditioned ...
Spontaneous recovery refers to the reappearance of a conditioned response when the conditioned stimulus is presented. It does not refer to any recurrence of the response in a random fashion.
a. True
Correct: Correct
b. False
Incorrect: Incorrect
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   Tolgahan   5 hours ago
In extinction, the conditioned response is completely forgotten, as if it had been erased.a. ...
In extinction, the conditioned response is completely forgotten, as if it had been erased.a. ...
In extinction, the conditioned response is completely forgotten, as if it had been erased.
a. True
Incorrect: Incorrect
b. False
Correct: Correct
Psychology and Mental Health   DougMcCartney   11   radmehr   5 hours ago