← CHH Chapter 25 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- verbal behavior
- generic (tact) extension
- a Someone who engages in verbal behavior by emitting mands, tacts, intraverbals, autoclitics, and so on.
- b Behavior whose reinforcement is mediated by a listener. Encompasses the subject matter usually treated as language and topics such as thinking, grammar, composition, and understanding.
- c A tact evoked by a novel stimulus that shares all of the relevant or defining features associated with the original stimulus.
- d An elementary verbal operant that is evoked by a verbal discriminative stimulus and that does not have point-to-point correspondence with that verbal stimulus.
- e An elementary verbal operant involving a response that is evoked by a verbal discriminative stimulus that has point-to-point correspondence and formal similarity with the response.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The two types of multiple control.
- Anyone who functions as a discriminative stimulus evoking verbal behavior.
- Yogi Berra's classic malapropism: "Baseball is ninety percent mental; the other half is physical." is an example of...
- An elementary verbal operant that is evoked by a nonvocal verbal discriminative stimulus that has point-to-point correspondence and formal similarity with the controlling response.
- An elementary verbal operant involving a spoken verbal stimulus that evokes a written, typed, or finger-spelled response. There is point-to-point correspondence between the stimulus and the response product, but no formal similarity.
5 True/False Questions
mand → An elementary verbal operant evoked by a nonverbal discriminative stimulus and followed by generalized conditioned reinforcement.
metaphorical (tact) extension → A tact evoked by a novel stimulus that shares some, but not all, of the relevant features of the original stimulus.
point-to-point correspondence → A relation between the stimulus and response or response product that occurs when the beginning, middle, and end of the verbal stimulus matches the beginning, middle, and end of the verbal response.
automatic punishment → Punishment that occurs independent of the social mediation by others (i.e., a response product serves as a punisher independent of the social environment).
echoic, copying a text, and imitation (as it relates to sign language) → The verbal relations with formal similarity are...