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MACEWANPSYC-281Russell PowellWinter

PSYC 281 Chapter 7: Chapter 07 study questions

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Distinguish between continuous and intermittent schedules of reinforcement. A schedule of reinforcement is the response requirement that must be met to
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reinforcement, Operant Conditioning, Tantrum

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Thorndike"s law of effect states that behaviours leading to a satisfying state. Operant conditioning is different from thorndike"s law of effect becaus
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Latent Inhibition, Ellipse, Classical Conditioning

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Draw a graph of a typical acquisition curve (remember to properly label each axis), and indicate the asymptote of conditioning. Number of conditioning
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Naturalistic Observation, Contiguity

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Independent variables are the factors of an experiments that are manipulated and is usually an environmental event or experience of some kind. Dependen
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Classical Conditioning, Siamese Fighting Fish, Reflex Arc

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Diagram the sequence of events in a reflex arc that. A reflex is a relatively simple, automatic response to a stimulus. A flexion response is designed
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Morphine, Chemical Substance, Conditioned Taste Aversion

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Garcia and koelling (1966) that illustrates the role of biological preparedness in classical conditioning. Preparedness is an innate tendency to more e
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Neurosis, Abusive Power And Control, Learned Helplessness

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Distinguish between escape and avoidance behavior, and describe the evolution of these behaviors in a shuttle avoidance procedure. Escape behaviour is
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Stimulus Control, Operant Conditioning

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Define extinction as it applies to operant conditioning. Extinction is the nonreinforcement of a previously reinforced response, the result of which is
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Abusive Power And Control, Sexual Abstinence, Personal Rule

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Stimulus enhancement is the probability of a behaviour is changed because behaviour of another individual. Diagram, with appropriate abbreviations, enh
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Impulsivity, Hyperbolic Function, Matching Law

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Diagram an example of a concurrent schedule that might be used in an operant conditioning experiment with pigeons. A concurrent schedule of reinforceme
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Aversion Therapy, Reciprocal Inhibition, Covert Conditioning

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According to the stimulus-substitution theory, the conditioned stimulus acts as a substitute for the unconditioned stimulus. According to the preparato
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PSYC-281 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: American Sign Language, Biophilia Hypothesis, Anthropomorphism

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