Bio Lecture 15 Behavior

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Bio Lecture 15 Behavior
2015-04-28 17:46:39
Bio Lecture 15 Behavior
Bio Lecture 15 Behavior
Bio Lecture 15 Behavior
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  1. The most complex type of learning that also uses previous experience to solve a problem is
  2. An animal ignores a stimulus to which it is continually subjected. This is a behavior known as
  3. In ___________ the animal modifies its behavior by linking an involuntary response to a specific natural stimulus to a new stimulus.
    classical conditioning
  4. Instinct differs from learned behavior in that instinctive behavior
    does not change; learned behavior does
  5. Just before a duckling was about to hatch, a dog came along and chased the female duck off of the nest. When the duckling hatched it saw the dog. When the dog moved away from the nest, the duckling followed the dog. This is an example of
  6. A response an animal develops to a stimulus as a result of pleasant experiences occurring each time the stimulus is received is a kind of learning called
    instrumental learning
  7. ___________ or imitation is a form of associative learning that involves a complex set of associations involved in watching another animal being rewarded for performing a particular behavior and then performing that same behavior oneself.
    Observational learning
  8. A dog jumps through a hoop. He is rewarded with a dog biscuit. Thereafter he readily jumps through the hoop as long as he is rewarded. This is an example of
  9. Learning a specific behavior that occurs in animals that are genetically primed to learn a specific behavior in a very short period is termed
  10. Behavior in which an individual animal gives up an advantage or puts itself in danger to aid others is called
    altruistic behavior
  11. If an animal ignores a stimulus that is continuously present, we say that the animal has
    habituated to the stimulus
  12. When a caterpillar spins a cocoon, this is
    unlearned (instinctive) behavior
  13. You feed your cat canned cat food, but whenever you open a can, whether it is soup, tomato paste, or fruit, your cat runs to her food bowl. Your cat is exhibiting