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Fundamentals of nursing: Test 6
Define actual loss:
Define perceived loss:
Define grief:
Define maturation loss:
Occurs when a person can no longer feel, hear, see, or know a…
Uniquely defined by the person experiencing the loss and is l…
The emotional response to a loss, manifested in ways unique t…
A form of necessary loss and includes all normally expected l…
Define actual loss:
Occurs when a person can no longer feel, hear, see, or know a…
Define perceived loss:
Uniquely defined by the person experiencing the loss and is l…
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Fundamentals of ABA Test 6
Define punishment.... Example:... (Positive/…
functional definition?
Define positive punishment.... Other terms?
Define negative punishment.... Other terms?
1. The occurrence of a behavior ... 2. Is followed immediately b…
...
1. Following the behavior ... 2. An aversive stimulus (punisher)…
1. Following the behavior ... 2. A reinforcing stimulus (reinfor…
Define punishment.... Example:... (Positive/…
1. The occurrence of a behavior ... 2. Is followed immediately b…
functional definition?
...
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Fundamentals test 6
Types of dyssomnias
Types of parasomnias
Parasomnia is mostly experienced by.....
Insomnia
Insomnia, Hypersomnia, Narcolepsy, Sleep apnea, Restless leg…
Somnambulism (sleepwalking)... REM behavior disorder (acting out…
children
Is the most common sleep disorder... Is characterized by difficu…
Types of dyssomnias
Insomnia, Hypersomnia, Narcolepsy, Sleep apnea, Restless leg…
Types of parasomnias
Somnambulism (sleepwalking)... REM behavior disorder (acting out…
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Fundamentals test 6
INR
CBC
How long is food and drink withheld fo…
What does a shift to the left mean
International normalized ratio partial thrombo plastn widely…
Complete blood count state of health or presence of illness
8 to 12 hours
In the number of cells may indicate infection
INR
International normalized ratio partial thrombo plastn widely…
CBC
Complete blood count state of health or presence of illness
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Fundamentals test 6
Purpose of diagnostic tests
Nurse's role in tests
Patient teaching
Dye
-Aid in diagnosing patient's disease... -Determine necessary tre…
-Know the preps... -Know how to handle specimens... -allergies of t…
-special preps for the procedure... -consents they are signing... -…
this injected into a person may make them feel flushed or hav…
Purpose of diagnostic tests
-Aid in diagnosing patient's disease... -Determine necessary tre…
Nurse's role in tests
-Know the preps... -Know how to handle specimens... -allergies of t…
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Fundamentals Test 6
Urinalysis
BUN/Creatinine... Creatinine Clearance
Urinary output
Breaathing
24 hrs: 1,200-1,500 mL... Color: straw, amber, transparent ... Odor…
BUN. 7-20... Creatine 0.5-1.1... Creatinine clearance 85-135
Should be making at least 30 mL an hour... Oliguria: 400 mL in 2…
Pons- tells body to breathe... Medulla- tells body how to breathe
Urinalysis
24 hrs: 1,200-1,500 mL... Color: straw, amber, transparent ... Odor…
BUN/Creatinine... Creatinine Clearance
BUN. 7-20... Creatine 0.5-1.1... Creatinine clearance 85-135
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Fundamentals Test 6
Trust v. Mistrust
Autonomy v. Shame and Doubt
Initiative v. Guilt
Industry v. Inferiority
Birth-1 year; Positive - learning to trust others, sense of t…
1-3 years; Positive - self control w/o loss of self-esteem, a…
3-6 years; Positive - learning degree to which assertiveness…
6-12 years; Positive - beginning to create, develop, and mani…
Trust v. Mistrust
Birth-1 year; Positive - learning to trust others, sense of t…
Autonomy v. Shame and Doubt
1-3 years; Positive - self control w/o loss of self-esteem, a…
204 terms
Fundamentals test 6
Each breath we take in is what percent…
How can we measure oxygen?
Ventilation
Respiration is happening on what level?
21%
% and L/min
The movement of air in and out of the lungs
Cellular
Each breath we take in is what percent…
21%
How can we measure oxygen?
% and L/min
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Fundamentals Test 6
What does amenorrhea mean?
What is the most common cause of secon…
What is primary Amenorrhea?
What is the only distinguishing charac…
no period
pregnancy or breast feeding
when a girl has not started her period by age 15-16
male or female
What does amenorrhea mean?
no period
What is the most common cause of secon…
pregnancy or breast feeding
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Fundamentals, Sensory Perception (Test 6)
Reception
Stimulus
Components of the sensory experience o…
Thermoreceptors
-process of receiving data about internal & external environm…
-trigger that stimulates receptor... -receptor can be any sense
-receptors
-temperature... -skin
Reception
-process of receiving data about internal & external environm…
Stimulus
-trigger that stimulates receptor... -receptor can be any sense
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Psychology Test 6 Learning
Flooding ... (Short Answer)
Shaping... (Short Answer)
Example of Positive Reinforcer
Example of Negative Reinforcer
-Expose to stimulus to extinguish Fear Response... -Effective cu…
-Reward learner for behavior that approximates desired behavi…
food, fun, social approval... (QUIZ)
discomfort, fear, social disapproval... (QUIZ)
Flooding ... (Short Answer)
-Expose to stimulus to extinguish Fear Response... -Effective cu…
Shaping... (Short Answer)
-Reward learner for behavior that approximates desired behavi…
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Fundamental: Test 6
Anatomy of Heart: Layers
Anatomy of Heart: Sac aka Pericardium
Anatomy of Heart: Chambers
Anatomy of Heart: Valves
1. Endocardium: Inner most that lines the chamber of the hear…
The fibrous sac that encases the heart; thin made of 2 layers…
1. Atria: 2 top layers: left and right... 2. Ventricle: 2 botto…
1. Atrioventricular (AV) mitral(left) & tricuspid(right); bet…
Anatomy of Heart: Layers
1. Endocardium: Inner most that lines the chamber of the hear…
Anatomy of Heart: Sac aka Pericardium
The fibrous sac that encases the heart; thin made of 2 layers…
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Learning Vocab Test 6
learning
classical conditioning
Pavlov
Garcia
a relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
a type of learning in which one learns to link two or more st…
Leader of experiment with dog and salivation; Classical condi…
Leader of experiment with rats, radiation, and water. Biologi…
learning
a relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
classical conditioning
a type of learning in which one learns to link two or more st…
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Fundamentals, Peripheral Venous Therapy (Test 6)
Sites for IV venous therapy
Uses for peripheral IV therapy
Local complications of IV therapy
Systemic complications of IV therapy
-small peripheral veins... -arms or feet... -feet are last resort
-non-irritating solutions
-occlusion... -infiltration... -phlebitis... -cellulitis... -extravasation
-septicemia... -fluid overload... -air embolism
Sites for IV venous therapy
-small peripheral veins... -arms or feet... -feet are last resort
Uses for peripheral IV therapy
-non-irritating solutions
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Fundamentals Week 12 (Test 6)
Madeleine Leininger's View of Transcul…
Watson's Transpersonal Caring
Swanson's Theory of Caring
Ethic of Care
States that caring is an essential human need.... Care, unlike c…
Promotes healing and wholeness.... Rejects the disease orientati…
Defines caring as a nurturing way of relating to an individua…
Places caring at the center of decision making.
Madeleine Leininger's View of Transcul…
States that caring is an essential human need.... Care, unlike c…
Watson's Transpersonal Caring
Promotes healing and wholeness.... Rejects the disease orientati…
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Fundamentals Week 11 (Test 6)
Agnostic
Athiest
Self-transcendence
Transcendence
People who believe that there is no known ultimate reality. T…
Do not believe in the existence of God.
The ability to be connected with your inner self. A positive…
The belief that a force outside of and greater than the perso…
Agnostic
People who believe that there is no known ultimate reality. T…
Athiest
Do not believe in the existence of God.
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Learning Theories Test 6
What is transfer?
What is positive transfer?
What is negative transfer?
What is vertical transfer?
learning something in one situation and then applying that kn…
when learning in one situation facilitates learning or perfor…
learning something in one situation that hinders the persons…
acquiring new knowledge or skills by building on more basic i…
What is transfer?
learning something in one situation and then applying that kn…
What is positive transfer?
when learning in one situation facilitates learning or perfor…
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Fundamentals of Learning
Aristotle Three Principles of associat…
Are animals used more as research subj…
According to John. B. Watson, psycholo…
According to B.F.Skinner theories in p…
contiguity, similarity, and contrast
Behavioral Psychologists
stimuli and responses
intervening variables
Aristotle Three Principles of associat…
contiguity, similarity, and contrast
Are animals used more as research subj…
Behavioral Psychologists
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Fundamentals of learning
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
Animals have been used as research sub…
According to John B. Watson if psychol…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
faster
behavioral, cognitive
stimuli, response
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
faster
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AP PSY: Learning TEST6
acquisition
learning
habituation
Stimuli:
-result of conditioning... -classical: when NS &UCS are associated
-permanent CHANGE BEHAVIOR coz experience... -acquiring new info…
DIMINISHING response coz of REPETITION
factors/events/things that cause response
acquisition
-result of conditioning... -classical: when NS &UCS are associated
learning
-permanent CHANGE BEHAVIOR coz experience... -acquiring new info…
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Psych Test 6- Learning
Learning
Classical Conditioning
Unconditioned Stimulus (US)
Unconditioned Response (UR)
-a relatively enduring change in behavior... -resulting from exp…
-a type of learned response ... -a neural object comes to elicit…
-a stimulus that elicits a response, such as a reflex, withou…
-a response that does not have to be learned, such as a refle…
Learning
-a relatively enduring change in behavior... -resulting from exp…
Classical Conditioning
-a type of learned response ... -a neural object comes to elicit…
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Fundamentals of Learning
Aristotle Three Principles of associat…
Are animals used more as research subj…
According to John. B. Watson, psycholo…
According to B.F.Skinner theories in p…
contiguity, similarity, and contrast
Behavioral Psychologists
stimuli and responses
intervening variables
Aristotle Three Principles of associat…
contiguity, similarity, and contrast
Are animals used more as research subj…
Behavioral Psychologists
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Fundamentals of learning
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
Animals have been used as research sub…
According to John B. Watson if psychol…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
faster
behavioral, cognitive
stimuli, response
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
faster
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Fundamentals of learning: Chapter 4
Higher-order conditioning
Sensory preconditioning
Inhibitory conditioning
Overshadowing
1st order CS elicits a response+paired with a neutral stimulu…
When you pair two neutral stimuli+reinforce one with food=one…
When a stimulus is presented with a CS and inhibits a response
If you present TWO stimuli at the same time, followed by a US…
Higher-order conditioning
1st order CS elicits a response+paired with a neutral stimulu…
Sensory preconditioning
When you pair two neutral stimuli+reinforce one with food=one…
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Fundamentals of learning: Chapter 3
Unconditioned stimulus (US)
Unconditioned response (UR)
Conditioned Stimulus (CS)
Conditioned response (CR)
elicits a specific response without learning
The response that the US elicits
The previously neutral stimulus now elicits a response that i…
the response elicited by the CS
Unconditioned stimulus (US)
elicits a specific response without learning
Unconditioned response (UR)
The response that the US elicits
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AP Psychology Vocab Test 6 (Learning)
Learning
Who helped to influence Classical Cond…
Pavlov's Experiment
Garcia's Experiment
a relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
Pavlov, Garcia, and Watson
put food in a dogs mouth which caused it to salivate
taste aversion- gave rats a particular taste, sight, or sound…
Learning
a relatively permanent change in an organism's behavior due t…
Who helped to influence Classical Cond…
Pavlov, Garcia, and Watson
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World History Test 6 collective learning
What date did the Australopithecus live
What date did the Homo Habilis live
What date did the Homo Erectus live
What date did the Neanderthal live
4-2 million years ago
2-1.4 million years ago
2 million years ago
300 thousand years ago-- 28 thousand years ago
What date did the Australopithecus live
4-2 million years ago
What date did the Homo Habilis live
2-1.4 million years ago
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Fundamental CH 6 Learning Objectives/Key Terms
Advocacy
Autonomy
Beneficence
Bioethics
Protection and support for another's rights
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
Principle of doing good
ethics that encompasses all those perspectives that seek to u…
Advocacy
Protection and support for another's rights
Autonomy
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
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Learning plan 6 fundamentals Comfort Altercations
Pain
Classification. Nociceptive
Classification Neuropathic
Normal Pain (Nociceptive) Transduction
Nature of pain is complex. Highly individual. Subjective. Inv…
Normal processing of stimuli, somatic(body), visceral, cutane…
Abnormal processing by sensory input by the PNS or CNS. Pain…
nociceptor stimulated and convert stimulus to an electrical r…
Pain
Nature of pain is complex. Highly individual. Subjective. Inv…
Classification. Nociceptive
Normal processing of stimuli, somatic(body), visceral, cutane…
Fundamentals Unit 13 Test 6
Perioperative care
Clients who are admitted for surgical…
Discharge planning should be a part of
Factors that may influence client's su…
all p's care before(preoperative)during(intraoperative)after(…
shorter lengths of stay
perioperative care
nutrition, obesity, radiotherapy, fluid and electrolyte balan…
Perioperative care
all p's care before(preoperative)during(intraoperative)after(…
Clients who are admitted for surgical…
shorter lengths of stay
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 3 @TCU
US: unconditioned stimulus
UR: unconditioned response: that the c…
CS: Conditioned stimulus: only after c…
CR: Conditioned response
food in dog's mouth
secretion of saliva
any stimulus that does not initially evoke the UR: bell
any salivation that occurs during the CS but before the US. O…
US: unconditioned stimulus
food in dog's mouth
UR: unconditioned response: that the c…
secretion of saliva
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Fundamentals of Learning test 1
Appetitive Methods
Aversive Stimuli
Rate of response
Speed
Organism will approach or seek out generally pleasant
Organism will avoid or escape
Frequency/ time
Time to completion
Appetitive Methods
Organism will approach or seek out generally pleasant
Aversive Stimuli
Organism will avoid or escape
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 3
predict
control
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Classical conditioning is learning to ________ the environment
Operant conditioning is learning to _________ the environment
the study of how we learn to predict events in our environmen…
the study of how our behaviors are affected by the consequenc…
predict
Classical conditioning is learning to ________ the environment
control
Operant conditioning is learning to _________ the environment
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The Fundamentals of Learning Psych 110
association
declarative or episodic learning
dualism
empiricism
A connection or linkage between the representations of two ev…
Learning about a specific event or fact, usually accessible t…
The view of behavior according to which actions can be separa…
A philosophy according to which all ideas in the mind arise f…
association
A connection or linkage between the representations of two ev…
declarative or episodic learning
Learning about a specific event or fact, usually accessible t…
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 2
connection between stimulus and respon…
conditioning preparation
help map brain areas and chemical mech…
nictating membrane in rabbits
What is the term unconditioned used to signify?
A lot of study on classical conditioning is done in ________,…
What has research in eye-blink conditioning done?
What has been studied in animals that is similar to the eyebl…
connection between stimulus and respon…
What is the term unconditioned used to signify?
conditioning preparation
A lot of study on classical conditioning is done in ________,…
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 3
predict
control
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Classical conditioning is learning to ________ the environment
Operant conditioning is learning to _________ the environment
the study of how we learn to predict events in our environmen…
the study of how our behaviors are affected by the consequenc…
predict
Classical conditioning is learning to ________ the environment
control
Operant conditioning is learning to _________ the environment
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 1
Learning (dictionary)
Learning (scientific)
Acquisition
Performance
the act or process of acquiring knowledge or skill; through e…
a process of change due to experience; usually longer lasting…
when you learn a new response, learn to perform or not perfor…
execution of a response that's already been acquired; experie…
Learning (dictionary)
the act or process of acquiring knowledge or skill; through e…
Learning (scientific)
a process of change due to experience; usually longer lasting…
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 2
CS, US, CR and UR
CR, UR
spontaneous recovery, disinhibition, r…
generalization
In eyeblink conditioning, a tone could be used as the _______…
A problem with Pavlov's stimulus substitution theory is that…
3 phenomena that show that extinction isn't the complete elim…
After classical conditioning with one CS, the appearance of C…
CS, US, CR and UR
In eyeblink conditioning, a tone could be used as the _______…
CR, UR
A problem with Pavlov's stimulus substitution theory is that…
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Fundamentals of Learning Exam 1
How is learning defined by scientists?
What's the problem with dictionary def…
Definitions of learning vs definitions…
Acquisition
A process of change that occurs as a result of an individual'…
Not everything new that we learn is appropriately characteriz…
-learning: acquisition... -performance: execution
-when you learn a new response... -learn to perform or not perfo…
How is learning defined by scientists?
A process of change that occurs as a result of an individual'…
What's the problem with dictionary def…
Not everything new that we learn is appropriately characteriz…
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Fundamentals Motor Learning
What is Motor Learning
Motor skills
Movement
Discrete Motor Skills
-a set of internal processes associated with practice or expe…
- goal oriented/ purposeful... - voluntarily... - movement : head b…
- behavioural characteristics of the head, body and specific…
- Defined beginning and end locations ... - Ex. Backflip
What is Motor Learning
-a set of internal processes associated with practice or expe…
Motor skills
- goal oriented/ purposeful... - voluntarily... - movement : head b…
Fundamentals of Learning Chapter 1
behavior
learning
nativism
empiricism
activity of any organism that can be observed or measured
permanent change in what an organism does as a result of an e…
perspective that behavior is inborn
perspective that abilities and tendencies are learned
behavior
activity of any organism that can be observed or measured
learning
permanent change in what an organism does as a result of an e…
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Fundamentals of learning Chap 17
Growth
Development
Genome
Genomics
Increase in body size or changes in body cell structure, func…
Orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feelings,…
All the DNA in an organism, including its genes
The study of the structure and interactions of all genes in t…
Growth
Increase in body size or changes in body cell structure, func…
Development
Orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feelings,…
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Chapter 5 Fundamentals of Learning
Stimulus Conditioning
Temporal Contiguity
Delayed conditioning
Trace Conditioning
The presentation of a conditioned and unconditioned stimulus…
(coicidence) between CS and US. Because stimuluaneous conditi…
Best evidence for associative learning= the conditioned stimu…
A gap between the CS and the US changes a delayed conditionin…
Stimulus Conditioning
The presentation of a conditioned and unconditioned stimulus…
Temporal Contiguity
(coicidence) between CS and US. Because stimuluaneous conditi…
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Fundamentals of Learning Ch. 11
Contagious Behavior
Stimulus Enhancement
Classic Conditioning
Acquisition; Operant Conditioning
More or less instinctive or reflexive behavior triggered by o…
Probability of a behavior is changed because an individuals a…
Stimuli involved are usually emotional ... - Vicarious emotional…
- Observer pays attention to the behavior of the model... - If B…
Contagious Behavior
More or less instinctive or reflexive behavior triggered by o…
Stimulus Enhancement
Probability of a behavior is changed because an individuals a…
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Fundamentals of learning: Chapter 2
Somatic reflexes
Automatic reflexes
Threshold
The law of intensity (magnitude)
Involve the skeleton
Involve the organs
The grey area that sometimes elicits a response and sometimes…
As the intensity of the stimulus increases, so does the magni…
Somatic reflexes
Involve the skeleton
Automatic reflexes
Involve the organs
82 terms
Fundamentals of learning 1
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
Animals have been used as research sub…
According to John B. Watson if psychol…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
faster
behavioral, cognitive
stimuli, response
Aristotle's three principles of associ…
contiguity, similarity, contrast
Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve shows th…
faster
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Fundamentals of Learning Ch. 10
Concurrent Schedule of Reinforcement
Overmatching
Undermatching
Bias from Matching
The simultaneous presentation of two or more independent sche…
Proportion of responses on richer schedule vs. poorer schedul…
Proportion of responses is less different than predicted by m…
One response alternative attracts a higher proportion of resp…
Concurrent Schedule of Reinforcement
The simultaneous presentation of two or more independent sche…
Overmatching
Proportion of responses on richer schedule vs. poorer schedul…
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Chemistry Test 6
element
compound
atom
molecule
A fundamental substance that cannot be broken into simpler su…
A substance whose particle is made of two or more kinds of at…
The smallest particle of an element that still has the proper…
A particle made of two or more atoms that are held together w…
element
A fundamental substance that cannot be broken into simpler su…
compound
A substance whose particle is made of two or more kinds of at…
18 terms
NES TEST 6 (19, 20 AND 21)
describe cooperative learning.
describe the process needed for cooper…
define direct instruction.
explain why cooperative learning shoul…
small groups that work together in order to maximize the leve…
just because students are assigned to work in group does not…
is defined as the procedure that is led by the teacher and is…
is a strategy that can be used in a classroom to increase the…
describe cooperative learning.
small groups that work together in order to maximize the leve…
describe the process needed for cooper…
just because students are assigned to work in group does not…
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Fundamentals of Learning Ch. 13
Comparative Cognition
Animal Cognition: Overview of Areas of…
Important lesson for studying animal i…
Category Learning and Relational Decis…
- Study of info. processing across a variety of species, incl…
- Memory... - Serial pattern learning... - Concept formation and ca…
- Certain controls should be put in place for differentiating…
Various animals can determine how many items are in a group (…
Comparative Cognition
- Study of info. processing across a variety of species, incl…
Animal Cognition: Overview of Areas of…
- Memory... - Serial pattern learning... - Concept formation and ca…
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