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Short quiz covering part of SLT and behaviourist approaches

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Behaviorist approach: Which animal did Pavlov use in his experiment to develop Classical conditioning?
Dogs
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Behaviorist approach: What is classical conditioning?
Learning due to association of a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned response
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Behaviorist approach: Who and where was Operant conditioning developed?
Burrhus Frederic Skinner in America
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Behaviorist approach: Who conducted the experiment "Little Albert" which supports classical conditioning?
Watson and Rayner (1920)
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Social learning theory: Which best describes Motivation?
The individual is keen to demonstrate the behavior that has been observed
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Social learning theory: How would you best describes Attention?
The individual notices someone in their enviroment
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Social learning theory: Which best describes motor reproduction?
The individual replicates the behaviour shown by the model
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Social learning theory: Which best describes retention
The individual remembers what they observed
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Social learning theory: Which experiment supports the Social Learning theory?
"Bobo doll"
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