Essay on Learning - Questions

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Chapter 5 Learning 1. Experience causes learning if it results in a a. cognitive understanding of what has changed. b. internal changes in the organism which may or may not be detectable. c. relatively permanent change in behaviour, capability or attitude. d. maturation of the targeted area. The term learning applies to behaviour changes a. that are relatively permanent. b. that result from maturation. c. stemming from fatigue, drugs or illness. d. that are temporary. Which behaviours are considered to be learned? a. Those occurring as a result of maturation b. Those occurring as a result of illness c. Those occurring as a result of experience d. Those occurring as a result of fatigue An important aspect of the definition of learning is …show more content…
c. maturation response. d. unconditioned response. 16. In Pavlov's original research, dogs heard a tone and then had meat powder placed in their mouths which caused them to salivate. After many pairings of the tone and the meat powder, they would salivate when the tone was presented alone. In this case, the tone is an example of a. an unconditioned stimulus. b. an unconditioned response. c. a conditioned stimulus. d. a conditioned response. 17. In Pavlov's original research, dogs heard a tone and then had meat powder placed in their mouths which caused them to salivate. After many pairings of the tone and the meat powder, they would salivate when the tone was presented alone. In this case, the conditioned response would be a. salivating to the tone. b. the meat powder. c. the tone. d. the meat powder's influence on salivating. 18. In Pavlov's original research, dogs heard a tone and then had meat powder placed in their mouths which caused them to salivate. After many pairings of the tone and meat powder, they would salivate when the tone was presented alone. In this case, the meat powder is an example of a. an unconditioned response. b. a conditioned response. c. a conditioned stimulus. d. an unconditioned stimulus. 19. In Pavlov's original research, dogs heard a tone and then had meat powder placed in their mouths which caused them to salivate. In this case, salivating to the meat powder is an example of a. a conditioned stimulus. b. a conditioned response. c.

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