Chapter 3 and 4

1. A response of salivation has been conditioned to a tone. Repeated trials of the tone without presentation of food results in no more salivation. This is an example of;

  • Disinhibition
  • Disassociation
  • Extinction
  • Spontaneous recovery
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2. When hearing a gun we elicit ____, when we touch a hot object we elicit a _____, and when we hear someone talking we elicit a _______

  • None of these
  • Startle Response, Flexion Response, Orienting Response
  • Orienting Response, Startle Response, Flexion Response
  • Flexion Response, Orienting Response, Startle Response
  • Flexion Response, Startle Response, Orienting Response

3. Which psychologist first studied classical conditioning?

  • Pavlov
  • Banduras
  • Thorndike
  • E. B. Twitmyer
  • B. F. Skinner

4. Orientating response is

  • helps us prepare to attend to a stimuli
  • all of the above
  • us responding to a potential stimulus
  • helps facilitate a reaction
  • an automatic behaviour

5. What is a startle response?

  • A defensive reaction to an unexpected stimulus
  • A surprised response
  • An defensive reaction to an aversive stimulus
  • A positive reaction to an appetitive stimulus
  • All of the above


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