Learning and behaviour; Lecture 2

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1. A way of assessing reliability is;

  • All of the above
  • Repeatability of results
  • Inter-observer reliability
  • Peer review
  • Inter-rater reliability
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2. Which of these is an example of a definite aversive stimulus?

  • Electric shocks to our system
  • Heat in the summer
  • All of the above
  • A snake
  • University

3. A person blinks when a bee flies into their face, this is an example of;

  • S-R Theory
  • An observable behaviour
  • All of the above
  • Behaviourism Theory
  • Watson's way of studying behaviour

4. Cognitive Behaviourism believed;

  • We have to disregard physiological events, as proposed by Hull, and view the brain like a computer
  • We should study the brain empirically, through EEG and fMRI data
  • We have to view the mind and behaviour holistically rather than a summation of connected parts
  • We have to study internal events structurally to understand behaviour

5. A 2x3 factorial design typically involves;

  • Three experimental groups of participants
  • Two independent variables
  • All of the above
  • Two dependent variables
  • Two control groups


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