PSYC 101 Quiz 6

PSYC 101 Quiz 6 Liberty University

PSYC 101 Quiz 1 The Science of Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 2 The Biology of Behavior

PSYC 101 Quiz 3 Sensation and Perception

PSYC 101 Quiz 4 Learning, Memory, and Intelligence

PSYC 101 Quiz 5 Motivation and Emotion

PSYC 101 Quiz Developmental Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 7 Personality and Social Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 8 Psychological Disorders and Treatments

  1. Match the correct terms with the correct definitions: Contiguity Extinction Respondent Operant Shaping
  2. Pleasing or positive stimulus is given and consequently, the probability the behavior will be repeated is increased
  3. A ______ stimulus is any change in the physical environment capable of exciting a sense organ.
  4. Reinforcing small sequential steps in a chain of behaviors, leading to the desired final behavior
  5. This type of reinforcement schedule provides a reinforcement after the first response is made after some period has elapsed, but the time changes from reinforcer to reinforcer
  6. Classical conditioning is learning through stimulus substitution because of repeated pairings of an unconditioned stimulus with a conditioned stimulus.
  7. A theory in which old information prevents the formation or recall of newer information
  8. A form of memory that holds large amounts of sensory information for a brief amount of time is called:
  9. Which of these are NOT a type of conditioning?
  10. How does the fastest learning occur?
  11. reinforcer: unwanted or painful stimulus is removed and consequently, the probability that the behavior will be repeated is increased.
  12. The sudden recognition of relationships among elements of a problem is referred to as _______.
  13. A muscular, glandular, or mental reaction to a stimulus.
  14. The calculation of IQ for a child using the Binet-Simon Scale is
  15. A stimulus that elicits an automatic, unlearned response from an organism
  16. A classical conditioning-related behavior referring to the rapid reemergence of a previously extinguished behavior
  17. Operant conditioning is closely associated with
  18. An explanation of learning and behavior that emphasizes the role of social reinforcement and imitation as well as the importance of the cognitive processes that allow people to imagine and to anticipate.
  19. Negative reinforcement decreases the probability of a behavior’s occurrence by removing the desired stimulus.
  20. The process of transforming experienced information into a form that can be later stored and used by the brain
  21. A model other than a real-life person, for example, books, television, and written instructions are important _____ models.
  22. Results from the consequences of the act itself defines _____ reinforcement.
  23. Selective attention is influenced by the number of sources, similarity of sources, complexity of tasks, and automaticity.
  24. All of the following is true regarding punishment EXCEPT:
  25. ____ reinforcers: stimuli that are naturally rewarding for an organism.
  26. ______ are defined as complex unlearned, behaviors.
  27. Imitation is defined as copying behavior.
  28. Imitative behavior in which the observer does not copy the model’s responses but simply behaves in a related manner
  29. Stimulus _______ involves making the same responses to different but related stimuli.
  30. The type of imitative behavior resulting in the suppression of previously acquired deviant behavior.
  31. Match the terms and definitions: Negative Reinforcement Negative Punishment Positive Punishment Positive Reinforcement
  32. All of the following are student-centered approaches to teaching or constructivism EXCEPT:
  33. _______ is defined as relatively permanent changes in behavior that result from experience.
  34. Lewis Thurstone’s categories of intelligence include:
  35. Match the following types of memory with their best description: Semantic memory Episodic memory Explicit memory Flashbulb memory Implicit memory

Set 2

  1. describes a person’s ability to look beyond his or her own needs.
  2. In terms of physical development, this period is the least dramatic.
  3. According to , morality reflects people’s sense of fairness and justice.
  4. What are the three stages of moral development?
  5. The domain of development studies the changes in the way our brains make sense of the world around us.
  6. Research design that collects information from the same group of people across
  7. Pattern of development from core out to appendages.
  8. There are stages in the theory of psychosocial development.
  9. adolescence can be characterized by an increased need for privacy.
  10. Research design that collects information from different groups of people of different ages.
  11. is a psychological phenomenon referring to learned, sex-related behaviors and attitudes.
  12. Differences between females and males should be
  13. Pharmacological agents can disrupt and impair development, supporting the theory of the neurochemical gateway effect.
  14. Biologically based characteristics that distinguish males and females are referred to as
  15. concerns the bonds that tie two people together.
  16. Who created the theory of psychosocial development?
  17. Parenting characterized by high warmth and low demands.
  18. adolescence can be characterized by the personal fable, as they see themselves as special and unique.
  19. adolescence can be characterized by a lack of effectively managing their own behavior and understanding risk.
  20. Infants’ and children’s biological predisposition to respond to the world in predictable ways.
  21. Changes in development are responsible for physical growth, social networking, emotional maturation, and gains in cognitive abilities.
  22. Erikson’s theory has
  23. Who crafted/developed the theory of cognitive development?
  24. Piaget’s theory has stages
  25. The majority of young people report using drugs for the first time because of sociocultural factors, like peer-pressure, but continue because of .
  26. adolescence can be characterized by an increased desire to have an impact and feel important as well as build recognition.
  27. Pattern of development from head to toe.
  28. “Quality of life” is a phrase used most often with what stage of life?
  29. adolescence can be characterized by a tendency to have more concrete/black-and-white thinking.
  30. Biologically based characteristics that distinguish females and males include different reproductive functions and differences in hormones and anatomy. These differences are:
  31. adolescence can be characterized by questioning with a special focus on fairness.
  32. Parenting characterized by low warmth and high demands.
  33. adolescence can be characterized by greater impulse control and greater ability to gauge risk and reward.
  34. Stage 8 in the Theory of Psychosocial Development is .
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