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6 Written questions

6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Consequences that that increase the likelihood that the behavior will be repeated
  2. Learned behaviors that are designed to operate on the environment on a way that will gain something desired or avoid something unpleasant
  3. Results from unconditioned stimulus. EX: Whenever a dog is given food, its mouth waters
  4. Subtracting something unpleasant from a environment
  5. Invariably prompts a certain reaction. EX: Food prompts salvation
  6. the hopelessness and passive resignation an animal or human learns when unable to avoid repeated aversive events

5 True/False questions

  1. PunishmentTo get punished for doing something such as receiving a speeding ticket


  2. Law of EffectThe theory of "reinforcers" and "punishers"


  3. LearningProcess by which experience or practice results in relatively permanent change in behavior or potential behavior


  4. Conditional StimulusInvariably prompts a certain reaction. EX: Food prompts salvation


  5. Avoidance TrainingHaving people avoid doing things by threatening a punishment; therefor, not actually punishing