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  1. AOS 1: Learning Classical Conditioning Unit 4 PsychologySwat Quiz

  2. In classical conditioning, an organism develops an association between the

  3. In classical conditioning, an organism develops an association between the

  4. Ella's cat runs to the back door when the microwave bell sounds as this usually signals that her dinner is about to be served. The cat also runs to the back door when Ella's doorbell rings.  - Ella's cat is demonstrating an example of .

  5. Ella's cat runs to the back door when the microwave bell sounds as this usually signals that her dinner is about to be served. The cat also runs to the back door when Ella's doorbell rings.  - Ella's cat is demonstrating an example of .

  6. After a meal of seafood, Rastus became ill, suffering from nausea and vomiting. Now Rastus feels nauseated at the sight of seafood and can no longer eat it.Rastus has experienced…

  7. After a meal of seafood, Rastus became ill, suffering from nausea and vomiting. Now Rastus feels nauseated at the sight of seafood and can no longer eat it.Rastus has experienced…

  8. In Pavlov's experiment on salivation in dogs, the neutral stimulus was __________ and the conditioned stimulus was ______________

  9. In Pavlov's experiment on salivation in dogs, the neutral stimulus was __________ and the conditioned stimulus was ______________

  10. In classical conditioning, learning takes place by association. This means that an association forms between two events that...

  11. In classical conditioning, learning takes place by association. This means that an association forms between two events that...

  12. In classical conditioning, nature provides the ________________ connection and conditioning provides the ______________ connection.

  13. In classical conditioning, nature provides the ________________ connection and conditioning provides the ______________ connection.

  14. A bell rings, then a puff of air into the eye causes a reflexive blink. After this happens on several occasions, the bell ringing alone causes a conditioned reflexive blink. The UCS is ______________ and the CS is _______________

  15. A bell rings, then a puff of air into the eye causes a reflexive blink. After this happens on several occasions, the bell ringing alone causes a conditioned reflexive blink. The UCS is ______________ and the CS is _______________

  16. A researcher conditions a dog to salivate at the sound of a bell. This is then followed by food. After some time the sound alone (that is, without food) no longer leads to salivation.This is referred to as…

  17. A researcher conditions a dog to salivate at the sound of a bell. This is then followed by food. After some time the sound alone (that is, without food) no longer leads to salivation.This is referred to as…

  18. Before learning, an unconditioned stimulus elicits

  19. Before learning, an unconditioned stimulus elicits

  20. Neil was bitten by a spider when he was eight years old. He then developed a phobia about spiders. He is now sixteen and runs away every time he sees a spider, or a picture of one. He avoids any films about insects and going near a wildlife area. This behaviour can be explained by…

  21. Neil was bitten by a spider when he was eight years old. He then developed a phobia about spiders. He is now sixteen and runs away every time he sees a spider, or a picture of one. He avoids any films about insects and going near a wildlife area. This behaviour can be explained by…

  22. The light switch in Lauren's bedroom is faulty so that every time she touches the switch she receives a mild electric shock. After this has happened a few times, Lauren associates light switches with a startle response.In this scenario, the unconditioned stimulus is...

  23. The light switch in Lauren's bedroom is faulty so that every time she touches the switch she receives a mild electric shock. After this has happened a few times, Lauren associates light switches with a startle response.In this scenario, the unconditioned stimulus is...

  24. In Pavlov's original experiments, a conditioned response that had been extinguished was seen again when the ______________ was delivered again. This reappearance of the conditioned response is known as ______________

  25. In Pavlov's original experiments, a conditioned response that had been extinguished was seen again when the ______________ was delivered again. This reappearance of the conditioned response is known as ______________

  26. One-trial learning, particularly in the context of taste aversion, is often argued to differ from classical conditioning because

  27. One-trial learning, particularly in the context of taste aversion, is often argued to differ from classical conditioning because

  28. Influential research on one-trial conditioned taste aversion in a variety of animal species was pioneered by John Garcia.This research supports the notion that one-trial conditioned taste aversion…

  29. Influential research on one-trial conditioned taste aversion in a variety of animal species was pioneered by John Garcia.This research supports the notion that one-trial conditioned taste aversion…

  30. In trying to defend the ethics of Watson and Rayner's (1920) 'Little Albert' experiment, it is argued that the knowledge gained about the development of phobias from this experiment clearly outweighed the negative impact on Little Albert.  This argument is based on the ethical principle of...

  31. In trying to defend the ethics of Watson and Rayner's (1920) 'Little Albert' experiment, it is argued that the knowledge gained about the development of phobias from this experiment clearly outweighed the negative impact on Little Albert.  This argument is based on the ethical principle of...