Learning Educational Psychology Multiple Choice: Term Paper

Length: 13 pages Subject: Teaching Type: Term Paper Paper: #64594759 Related Topics: Lifelong Learning, Cognitive Dissonance, Operant Conditioning, Classical Conditioning
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A behavior resulting from injury or disease behavior resulting from experience behavior resulting from disease or drugs biologically determined behavior

Evidence that learning has occurred is seen in published research studies changes in thinking changes in behavior emotional stability

Change in performance is preceded by bad reviews scientific research the behavior of others change in disposition

If-then statements may also be referred to as principles generalization hypothesis laws

Statements which summarize relationships are restricted to the physical sciences known as hypothesis known as generalization never used in the social sciences

Rules which govern the gathering of information are known as rigid and dogmatic scientific method being flexible

APA rules for research studies

Informed consent is given by the researcher judicial review the American Psychological Association the research subject

Laws are to beliefs as truth is to untruth accuracy is to inaccuracy convictions are to facts are to convictions

Trace conditioning involves

CS beginning and ending before U.S.

US beginning and ending before CS

US and CS overlap

CS and U.S. are presented at the same time

Variations in contiguity and presentation include backtracking conditioning forward conditioning delayed conditioning operant conditioning

According to Pavlov, repeated pairing of CS and U.S. is necessary only with animals is a normal part of acquisition indicates mental impairment is necessary due to forgetting

Contiguity may be described as that which is ongoing, a process the effect of a stimulus that which occurs after a response simultaneous, or near, occurrence of an event reflex may be described as U.S.-UR unit

CS-CR unit

US-CR unit

CS-UR unit

Selective breeding of race horses may be described as capitalism eugenics stimulus discrimination transfer

According to Guthrie, One Shot Learning applies to the intellectually gifted all learners laboratory animals those who receive a particular type of instruction

The best explanation for Movement Produced Stimuli is habitual response reinforcement contiguity

One Shot Learning

Guthrie believed that punishment changes habits due to interruption of the habit behavior modification contiguity

Movement Produced Stimuli

Thorndike's law of effect fits well with the theory of Pavlov




Trying all the keys on a key ring only to find that none fit the lock is an example of insight reinforcement readines trial and error

Shrinking from Aunt Bertha's kiss illustrates the existence of reinforcer an annoyer introspective learning bad manners

Satisfiers and annoyers are associated with which of Thorndike's laws?

A law of readiness law of exercise law of effect law of multiple response

Which of the following does not describe solving a math problem?

A stamping in a connection satisfying state of affairs learning multiple response

Predisposition to act in a given way is a definition of set attention readiness connection

The following concept of Hull is conflict with the "black box" approach to learning.

A input variable output variable intervening variable response amplitude

Intervening variables are mathematically determined educated guesses determined by


For the workers the whistle acts as a positive, primary reinforcement positive, generalized reinforcer negative, generalized reinforcer positive, secondary reinforcer

Skinner's concept of shaping is also known as systematic desensitization social learning generalization verbal conditioning

Skinner assumed classical conditioning was in error punishment has no effect on behavior human behavior is lawful laws do not exist in the social sciences

According to Skinner, behaviors emitted are biological stimulus controlled called operants included next time stimulus elicited behavior is referred to by Skinner as an operant respondent mediating variable instrumental act

Operant is to respondent as elicit is to emit stimulus is to response mediate is to intervene act is to react

Which of the following not an example of observational learning?

A imitation modeling instrumental learning social learning

What is "blocked" when blocking occurs is information to be recalled new learning reinforcement biological predispositions

Learning which occurs without the new behavior being reinforced is known as blocking operant conditioning automatic learning autoshaping

Prepotency of a behavior pattern is an explanation for instinctive drift counterconditioning biofeedback blocking

Which of the following bring into question the importance of reinforcement?

A reflexes and instincts taste aversions and blocking instinctive drift and blocking autoshaping and instinctive drift

When previous learning interferes with new learning the effect is called

Contrapreparedness genetic predisposition blocking autoshaping

The study of animal behavior in a natural habitat is known as biology ethology sociobiology psychobiology

Who argued that humans are biologically prepared to acquire language?





Which of the following is not a biological constraint?

A biofeedback autoshaping taste aversion instinctive drift

An important function of taste aversion is weight control specie distinctiveness behavior flexibility survival

Hebb's approach to studying behavior could not have been established if psychology had dealt with animals only humans only less fully developed organism mediating processes

The property of an organism that allows for change as a function of repeated stimulation is plastivity reactivity plasticity reacticity

Which of the following take place during the refractory period?

A transmission of electrical impulses the neuron is discharged muscles contract glands secrete

The movement of the electrical impulse across the gap between neurons is known as electrical potential resting potential action potential synapse

Neural transmission involves electrical and chemical activity electrical activity only chemical activity only psychic activity

Hebb assumes cell assemblies for due to reinforcement biological preparedness contiguity synapses

Selectivity among input is set attention reactivity plastivity

Which corresponds best with a cell assembly?

A musical note musical line musical composition musical stage play

What you see is what you get" illustrates normalizing physical field behavioral field insight pocket knife may have been a small blade, a large blade, or a serrated blade. This is an example of a conjunctive concept relational concept isolated concept disjunctive concept football field is 100 yards long and approximately 50 feet wide with a goal post at each end. This is an example of a disjunctive concept relational concept conjunctive concept isolated concept

According to Bruner, the central concept of psychology should be genetic structure information processing meaning stimuli.

Referring to a whale as a mammal is an example of coding inferring generalizing discriminating

Which of the following concepts in Piaget's theory relates to logical thought?

A conservation…

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