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    1. When you go grocery shopping, you may buy brands that you have often seen advertized on TV. This is the result of
    2. The two main types of behavioral learning discussed in this text are
    3. A(n) ________ refers to the behavior elicited by the unconditioned stimulus.
    4. An unconditioned stimulus is any stimulus that
    5. One of the best therapy strategies for eliminating conditioned fears involves combining ________ in a process known as ________, first described by Mary Cover Jones.

    6. The factor that makes a food aversion different from most types of classical conditioning is that

    7. B.F. Skinner was a radical behaviorist who refused to
    8. Much of B.F Skinner's early work was inspired by law of effect, which was created by
    9. Negative and positive reinforcers are similar in that these always ________ the likelihood of ensuing responses.
    10. You hit the "off" button on your alarm clock when it rings. The ending of the obnoxious sound acts as a(n)
    11. ________ is a procedure for changing behavior by reinforcing responses that approach the desired goal.

    12. The key difference between a ratio and an interval schedule of reinforcement is whether

    13. If you use money to buy ham, the money is a(n) ________, while the food is a(n) ________.
    14. The Premack principle states that
    15. Punishment must be administered ________ in order to be effective.

    16. The findings of Wolfgang Kohler oppose the statements of behaviorists, because the chimps in his study...


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