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2. Operant conditioning can be described as:

  • Learning through observation
  • None of the above
  • Learning through reward/punishment
  • Learning through association

3. A negative operant:

  • Decreases the likelihood of a behaviour being repeated
  • Neither increases nor decreases the likelihood of a behaviour being repeated
  • None of the above
  • Increases the likelihood of a behaviour being repeated

4. How is validity defined (with regard to IQ tests)?

  • How consistently a test produces the same results
  • How rigorously the standards of the test are enforced
  • How accurately the test measures what it claims to
  • How age-appropriate a test is

5. What are the 3 types of phenotype interaction

  • Passive, continuous, active
  • Passive, conductive, active
  • Passive, evocative, active
  • Active, conductive, evocative

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