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  1. Psychology Jeopardy ! Click on “Chapter” to start game • Unit 6 : Learning • Questions compiled by Sue Boland, LHU of PAProgram developed by Dan Hosey, Bucknell U.

  2. Social-cognitive Classical terms I Classical terms II Operant terms I Operant terms II 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 To Round Two!

  3. C1 - 100 100 What the term “conditioned” refers to. Back to board Correct Answer

  4. C1 - 200 200 What the term “unconditioned” refers to: Back to board Correct Answer

  5. C1 - 300 300 The name of the Russian Psychologist credited with first scientific studies of classical conditioning. Back to board Correct Answer

  6. C1 - 400 400 A stimulus that elicits an automatic, reflexive response. Back to board Correct Answer

  7. C1 -500 500 The term for the bell after a dog learns that a bell signals food, and salivates to the ringing of the bell. Back to board Correct Answer

  8. C2 - 100 100 Term for the dog’s salivation to the sound of a bell (after it has been paired with food). Back to board Correct Answer

  9. C2 - 200 200 The term for the dog’s salivation when food is placed in it’s mouth. Back to board Correct Answer

  10. C2 - 300 300 Happens the CS is no longer followed by the UCS. Back to board Correct Answer

  11. C2 - 400 400 Process when organism responds to other stimuli that are similar to CS. Back to board Correct Answer

  12. C2 -500 500 Term for what happens if the organism responds to some stimuli, but not to others. Back to board Correct Answer

  13. C3 -100 100 The effect reinforcement has on behavior it follows. Back to board Correct Answer

  14. C3 -200 200 The effect punishment has on behavior it follows. Back to board Correct Answer

  15. C3 -300 300 If something (stimulus) is added or given after a behavior is performed, then we use this term to describe the type of reinforcement or punishment. Back to board Correct Answer

  16. C3 -400 400 If something (stimulus) is subtracted or taken away after a behavior is performed, then we use this term to describe the type of reinforcement or punishment. Back to board Correct Answer

  17. C3 -500 500 When a response is reinforced some of the time or part of the time. Back to board Correct Answer

  18. C4 -100 100 The operant conditioning principle here: When you perform a behavior, you receive a reward, so you repeat the behavior. Back to board Correct Answer

  19. C4 -200 200 Operant conditioning principle: When something unpleasant is presented after a behavior, the behavior is weakened or stopped. Back to board Correct Answer

  20. C4 -300 300 The operant conditioning principle: When something unpleasant is removed, and the behavior is repeated. Back to board Correct Answer

  21. C4 -400 400 You perform a behavior and then a pleasant stimulus is removed, you don’t repeat the behavior. Back to board Correct Answer

  22. C4 -500 500 If you want a response to persist after it is learned it is better to use this type of reinforcement. Back to board Correct Answer

  23. C5 -100 100 Bandura used these toys to test his hypotheses about learning. Back to board Correct Answer

  24. C5 -200 200 The term for learning by watching another person’s behavior and imitating that behavior. Back to board Correct Answer

  25. C5 -300 300 Joe won’t let his young son watch WWF (wrestling). Joe concern is probably related to this type of learning. Classical, Operant, or Observational Back to board Correct Answer

  26. C5 -400 400 Prediction Bandura would make about child’s behavior after the child watches another child be punished for hitting Bobo doll. Back to board Correct Answer

  27. C5 -500 500 Behaviorists and social-cognitive theories agree about classical, operant and even observational learning, but they disagree about the importance of this for understanding human learning Back to board Correct Answer

  28. DAILY DOUBLE Question

  29. When punishment and rewards go bad Classical Examples I Classical Examples II Operant Examples I Name that learning 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 To Final Jeopardy! To Round One

  30. C6 -200 200 Before chemotherapy treatment a young cancer patient, Allen, is give a bowl of ice cream. The chemo makes Allen nauseous. Now just a taste of ice cream makes him nauseous. The term for the chemo Back to Board Correct Answer

  31. C6 -400 400 Before chemotherapy treatment a young cancer patient, Allen, is give a bowl of ice cream. The chemo makes Allen nauseous. Now just a taste of ice cream makes him nauseous. The term for the nausea after chemo Back to Board Correct Answer

  32. C6 -600 600 Before chemotherapy treatment a young cancer patient, Allen, is give a bowl of ice cream. The chemo makes Allen nauseous. Now just a taste of ice cream makes him nauseous. The term for the taste of ice cream Back to Board Correct Answer

  33. C6 -800 800 Before chemotherapy treatment a young cancer patient, Allen, is give a bowl of ice cream. The chemo makes Allen nauseous. Now just a taste of ice cream makes him nauseous. The term for the nausea after just a taste of ice cream Back to Board Correct Answer

  34. C6 -1000 1000 Before chemotherapy treatment a young cancer patient, Allen, is give a bowl of ice cream. The chemo makes Allen nauseous. Now just a taste of ice cream makes him nauseous. The term for Allen learning through classical conditioning to dislike the ice cream. Back to Board Correct Answer

  35. C7 -200 200 It’s the unconditioned stimulus (UCS) in this example: On Halloween night, three-year-old Jodie heard the doorbell ring. When Jodie opened the door there stood a scary monster with ten flashing eyes. Jodie screamed an ran away. For the next week Jodie hid under her bed whenever the doorbell rang. Back to Board Correct Answer

  36. C7 -400 400 It’s the conditioned stimulus (CS) in this example: On Halloween night, three-year-old Jodie heard the doorbell ring. When Jodie opened the door there stood a scary monster with ten flashing eyes. Jodie screamed an ran away. For the next week Jodie hid under her bed whenever the doorbell rang. Back to Board Correct Answer

  37. C7 -600 600 It’s the conditioned response (CR) in this example: On Halloween night, three-year-old Jodie heard the doorbell ring. When Jodie opened the door there stood a scary monster with ten flashing eyes. Jodie screamed an ran away. For the next week Jodie hid under her bed whenever the doorbell rang. Back to Board Correct Answer

  38. C7 -800 800 It’s the unconditioned response (UCR) in this example: On Halloween night, three-year-old Jodie heard the doorbell ring. When Jodie opened the door there stood a scary monster with ten flashing eyes. Jodie screamed an ran away. For the next week Jodie hid under her bed whenever the doorbell rang. Back to Board Correct Answer

  39. C7 -1000 1000 Identify the UCS, CS, UCR and CR in this example: Joe installs a new bird feeder in his back yard. His dog Spot, barks whenever he sees a squirrel. When a squirrel jumps up on the new bird feeder, there is a clanking sound. Now Spot barks whenever he hears the clanking sound. Back to Board Correct Answer

  40. C8 -200 200 Operant conditioning principle illustrated here: Katie’s room is a mess. Her parents agree to increase her allowance by $5 if she agrees to clean her room each week. Back to Board Correct Answer

  41. C8 -400 400 Operant conditioning principle illustrated here: Dean stops to help a stranded motorist. The motorist is a thief and steals Dean’s car. Dean no longer stops to help other stranded motorists. Back to Board Correct Answer

  42. C8 -600 600 Operant conditioning principle: Although psychologists don’t advocate it, spanking is an example. Back to Board Correct Answer

  43. C8 -800 800 Operant principle illustrated here: Agnes is diabetic. If she watches her diet carefully, she doesn’t have to give herself painful insulin shots. Agnes sticks to her diet. Back to Board Correct Answer

  44. C8 -1000 1000 When her toddler cries, Marie picks her up. Now her toddler cries more often. Marie picks her up each time to stop her crying. Operant principle for toddler: Operant principle for Marie: Back to Board Correct Answer

  45. C9 -200 200 Your text suggests that if you have a choice between using a harsh or mild punishment to deter someone’s behavior it is best to use this one. Correct Answer Back to Board

  46. C9 -400 400 In theory, a behavior that is punished is supposed to decrease. Research, however, shows that the more a child is spanked for bad behavior this is the result: Back to Board Correct Answer

  47. C9 -600 600 Heather plays tennis because she enjoys the game. Emily plays tennis so she can get a scholarship. The type of reinforcer that motivates Heather. Back to Board Correct Answer

  48. C9 -800 800 When Bobby acts out in class, his teacher shouts at him to settle down. When the teacher shouts all the other students in the class turn and look at Bobby. Bobby continues to act out in class. The reason the teacher’s punishment isn’t working. Back to Board Correct Answer

  49. C9 -1000 1000 Researcher, Mark Lepper, told some children that they would get an award if they drew a picture. Days later these same children could choose from a variety of activities including drawing. This is what happened. Back to Board Correct Answer

  50. C10 -200 200 The type of learning that was used to teach Little Albert to fear a rat. Back to Board Correct Answer