Classical conditioning refers to what?
Learning associations between events and the environment
Which of the following is an example of an unconditioned response? Shivering on a cold day, pulling your hand away from a hot flame, blinking your eye when hair gets in it, all of the above
All of the above
Susan has conditioned her cats to come running when she shakes the box of treats. In this case, the treats serve to be the:
conditioned stimulus (CS)
When the CR occurs after the CS, ______ has taken place
When the US no longer preceds the CS, after a period of time the ________ will disappear through the process of _________
According to Thorndike's law of effect:
any behavior that results in a negative consequence is likely to be extinguised
As punishment for starting an argument, your boyfriend responds with a sarcastic response. Accoring to operant conditioning principles, your bf's response is a type of ______ that will ________ the probably of Angela's starting another argument
if a kid throws a tantrum at the checkout counter and the mom gives in and buys him candy, the candy is an example of ______ and will __________ the probability that the kid will throw another tantrum.
According to the principles of operant conditioning, positive= __________, and negative=_________.
Carla hates to do the dishes, as a reward for good grades her mom tells her she doesn't have to do the dishes for a week, NOT doing the dishes best represents what?
Which of the following is the best example of a secondary reinforcer? coat when you're cold, gold star for good work, cool drink when you're thirsty, good meal when you're hungry
Gold star for good work
Slot machines provide reinforcement on a ______ schedule, whereas pop quizzes operate on a ______ schedule
Reinforcing the first response given once a set interval has elapsed is _______ as delivering reinforcement after a different time on each trial is _____
What are the findings of Bandura's experiment with Bobo Dolls?
Children imitated behavior they observed despite knowing the consequences of the behavior
Shaping is used for acquistion of a response in which type of learning?
Tolman's research on maze running rats demonstrated:
Biological constraints and instinctual drift
Generalization leads to the CR in _______ circumstances and discrimination leads to the CR in _______ circumstances
You used to associate the smell of cookies with your grandma, but you don't anymore. Then one day you smell cookies and it reminds you of her, this is an example of:
Extinction is the disappearance of the:
conditioned response when the unconditioned responses no longer follows the conditioned stimulus
Compared to fixed schedules of partial reinforcement, variable schedules lead to ______ periods with no responding and are _____ resistant to extinction
According to Atkinson-Shiffrin model of memory, in what sequence does incoming information flow through memory?
Sensory memory ->short term memory -> long term memory
For most Americans, the acronym USA, is ____ chunk(s); the date 1776 is ____ chunk(s)
The brain area important for the formation of emotional memories is the ______ and the brain area that is important in the formation of procedural memories is the _______
In free recall task, items for the middle of the list are typically recalled ____ frequently than those at the beginning of the list and _____ frequently than those at the end of the list
the process of transforming information into a form that can be stored in short-term or long-term memory
Which of the following is an example of elaborative processing?
to remember the concept 'procedural' memory, you think of your experience riding a bike
the process of maintaining information in a particular stage
On an exam, fill in-the-blank questions are examples of _______ and true/false questions are examples of_______
Can't remember old gf's number because he dials new gf's number all the time is what kind of interference?
Can't remember new pizza number because you are used to old pizza number is an example of what kind of interference?
According to Baddely's working memory model, the central executive has 2 assistants, the _____ and the ______
phonological loop, visuospatial working memory
The general knowledge of how to behave in church is called a _____.
When you connect something to yourself or something close to you, you are processing the word at what level?
Short-term memory has a ____ capacity than sensory memory and a _____ duration
more limited, longer
You can recite a phone number back perfectly due to your
Unrehearsed information stored in short-term memory lasts about
If you are asked to remember your life before you started smoking, you are using what memory system to comply with the request?
episodic memory system
An individual's autobiographical memory forms the core of the individual's _____
Binet and Simon developed an intelligence test for the French School system to:
determine which children were above average intelligence
Lewis Terman is responsible for developing the
Standford-Binet test of intelligence
The formula used when calculating an intelligence quotient is
(mental age/chronological age) x 100
A test in which the test scores are consistent is said to have a high degree of
A test that measures or predicts what it is supposed to is said to have a high degree of:
Regarding theories of intelligence, Charles Spearman believed that ____ was most important and Thrustone believed that _____ was most important
fluid intelligence; crystallized intelligence
Which of the following is NOT one Thrustone's seven primary mental abilities
According to Cattell, the g factor includes which of the following types of intelligence
linguistic and logical-mathematical
Which of the following in NOT one of Gardner's multiple intelligences?
Scott is good at understanding other people. It is most likely that h would score highly on Gardner's measure of _____ intelligence.
Of Gardner's eight intelligences, which two are the least controversial?
Linguistic and logical-mathematical
What are the three types of intelligences in Sternberg's triarchic theory?
Analytical, creative, and practical
If a test has been standardized, it: yields consistent results every time, ability to predict performance on future test, scores that assume the bell shaped curve (normal distribution), all of the above
all of the above