Chapter 3 and 4

1. The decrease of a behaviour following repeated presentations of the eliciting stimulus and the increase in strength of a behaviour following repeated presentations of the stimulus is called;

  • Desensitisation and Dishabituation
  • Habituation and Dishabituation
  • Habituation and Desensitisation
  • Habituation and Appetisation
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2. The opponent-process theory states

  • Two processes opposing each other resulting in equilibrium
  • A-process that competes with the b-process to control the behaviour
  • An a-process is elicited by an event, and a b-process counteracts the a-process to achieve homeostasis
  • The b-process counteracting the a-process therefore overpowering it

3. What is the CER paradigm?

  • A theory developed by Skinner and Estes
  • All of the above
  • Conditioned Repression
  • Conditioned expressive response

4. In high-order conditioning, the second conditioned stimulus generally has a ______ response

  • Weaker
  • Stronger

5. How do we calculate suppression ratio?

  • Prior CR Responses / CR Responses + Prior CR Responses
  • CR responses / CR responses + Prior CR responses
  • CR responses + Prior CR Responses / CR Responses
  • Prior CR Responses / CR responses

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