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2014-03-27 09:36:06

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  1. Lightning comes so you cover your ears because you know the thunder is coming, that is what?
    Classical Conditioning
  2. Requires a relative permanent change to occur.
  3. The idea that the bell is a signal that the food is coming
  4. An association between two stimuli?
    Classical conditioning
  5. When you have the same response to different stimuli
    Stimulus generalization
  6. When you have a different response to different stimuli
    Stimulus discrimination
  7. Ringing the bell but not giving you food anymore, resulting in the bell not meaning anything anymore
  8. When the response is extinguished (extinction) and the bell is no longer a signal, but you react to hearing the bell again
    Spontaneous recovery
  9. Sunday dinner and the table is set special and you start drooling in anticipation when you see the plates.
    Conditioned stimulus
  10. Getting a bonus at work for doing a certain amount of work is
    Positive reinforce
  11. When everything sucks and you can’t do anything about it so you just take it?
    Learned helplessness
  12. Something that is just good. Food, water, sex. Things that satiates a need.
    Primary reinforce
  13. Things that have been associated with primary reinforcers. Like money. Things you can
    trade for other things.
    Secondary reinforce
  14. Secondary reinforcers are also known as? Used in schools. Money is also referred to as
  15. Why do you drool to the bell?
  16. Why did Pavlov’s Dog drool to the food?
    Unconditioned Stimulus
  17. With Albert’s rat the loud noise was what?
    Unconditioned stimulus
  18. Building expectation using increased incentive over time
  19. To get animals to do what you want them to do, you have to use?
  20. Avoidance (like when you take your car to get a tune up to avoid it breaking down)
    Negative reinforcement
  21. You’re a baby and you cry, and someone picks you up, so you cry again and you get picked up
    again. That’s what?
    Positive reinforcement.
  22. The association between two stimuli. You see a needle coming at you and you have a reaction.
    Classical conditioning
  23. Having the same response to different stimuli.
  24. The consequence of a behavior determines if that behavior will be repeated. You do something and something good happens, you do it more. Something bad happens, you do it less.
    Thorndike’s law of effect
  25. When you reinforce somebody continuously
    Continuous reinforcement schedule
  26. When you feed your dog every single time
    Continuous reinforcement
  27. If you have to make 20 bird houses before you get paid, that is what?
    Fixed ratio
  28. When you have to wait a certain amount of time. Only collected on Thursday.
    Fixed interval
  29. When you yell at your kid and the negative behavior decreases, behavior goes down.
    Positive punishment
  30. If you get grounded.
    Negative punishment
  31. If you yell at your kid and the negative behavior increases
  32. Food, Sex, water. Chicken, burgers, apples, oranges.
    Primary reinforce
  33. Behavior modification programs use?
    Opperant conditioning techniques
  34. Is good for lots of stuff. All of the above. Seat belt noise won’t stop so you give in and put your seat bet on, it’s in your best interest.
    Applied behavior analysis
  35. Is good for lots of stuff. All of the above. Seat belt noise won’t stop so you give in and put your seat bet on, it’s in your best interest.
    Applied behavior analysis
  36. When you copy something you’ve observed happening, the reason you continue to do that is for?
  37. Has to do with maps, you know where you are in space.
    Blatant learning
  38. Drinking alcohol takes away the pain, you’ll drink again because the pain is taken away.
    Negatively reinforced
  39. If you pay attention to something, it will get moved from where to where?
    Moving information from sensory memory into short term memory
  40. When you do two things at once.
    Divided attention
  41. Holds a lot of information but almost all of it just goes away.
    Sensory memory
  42. The visual part of sensory memory. The part of memory that helps you figure out stuff you just
    Iconic memory
  43. The auditory part that helps you remember what someone said when you weren’t paying attention.
    Icowic memory
  44. How many pieces of information you can keep in your short term memory.
  45. When you take pieces of information and smash them together. 9 pieces into 3 pieces
  46. When you teach something that you learned. If you tell someone something you learned.
  47. Anything you can talk about
    Declarative memory