Stimuli Association
Types of Conditioning / Reinforcement
More types of Reinforcement
Sensation & Perception/ The Eye
Color & The Senses
100

Timmy feels sad every time he watches the titanic. Timmy has learned that feeling sad and watching the titanic are related, so he has stopped watching the titanic. This is an example of…

a. Associative Learning

b. Correlational Experiment

c. Depression

d. Disassociated Learning

A. Associative Learning

100

When your dog sits, you give her a treat. What is this an example of?

A. Negative Reinforcement

B. Negative punishment

C. Postive Punishment

D. Positive Reinforcement

D. Positive Reinforcement

100

Becca gets \$5 for every three chores that she competes per week. What schedule of reinforcement is this?

a. Fixed ratio

b. Fixed interval

c. Variable ratio

d. Variable interval

A. Fixed Ratio

100

Sensation is associated with...

A. Top-down processing

B. Perception

C. Bottom-up processing

D. Repression

C. Bottom-up processing

100

Knowing that an object has the same color even under varying lighting, is known as:

A. Shape constancy

B. Color constancy

C. Retinal display

D. Color consistent

B. Color constancy
200

When you smell your favorite food, you immediately feel hungry. What type of stimulus is this?

a. Conditioned Stimulus

b. Unconditioned Stimulus

c. Neutral Stimulus

d. Natural Stimulus

B. Unconditioned Stimulus

200

Lucy likes to watch TV but she failed math class so her parents told her she cannot watch TV until she gets her grade up. What is this an example of?

a. Positive Reinforcement

b. Negative Reinforcement

c. Negative Punishment

d. Positive Punishment

C. Negative Punishment

200

A kindergarten class gets recess twice a day if they are good, but the teacher gets to decide when to give the recess and does not base it off of any specific amount of time. What schedule of reinforcement is this?

a. Fixed ratio

b. Fixed interval

c. Variable ratio

d. Variable interval

D. Variable interval

200

Top-down processing is associated with:

A. Sensation

B. Perception

C. Signal detection theory

D. Perceptual set

B. Perception

200

Which of these is not one of the basic skin senses?

A. Cold

B. Warmth

C. Pain

D. Scratching

D. Scratching

300

When Julie was little she got stung by a bee and had an allergic reaction. Now whenever she sees a bee, she gets very nervous and avoids it. This is an example of…

a. Classical Conditioning

b. Anxiety

c. Operant Conditioning

d. Associative Conditioning

A. Classical Conditioning

300

Johnny has gotten straight As this semester so his parents no longer make him do chores. What is this an example of?

a. Positive Reinforcement

b. Negative Reinforcement

c. Negative Punishment

d. Positive Punishment

B. Negative Reinforcement

300

Becca gets \$5 a week for doing chores but the \$5 is always given to her on a random day and after completing a random number of chores. What schedule of reinforcement is this?

a. Fixed ratio

b. Fixed interval

c. Variable ratio

d. Variable interval

C. Variable ratio

300

When Emily smells a flower, takes in the stimuli, and feels happy because of it, this is an example of:

A. Transduction

B. Learning

C. Memory

D. Subliminal messages

A. Transduction

300

Kelsey is listening to music; which part of her ear is sending sound waves to her brain?

A. Auditory tube

B. Incus

C. Auricle

D. Cochlea

D. Cochlea

400

After being at the Psychology study for a while, you learn that when the bell rings, you get a piece of candy. What type of stimulus is it now?

a. Natural Stimulus

b. Unconditioned Stimulus

c. Neutral Stimulus

d. Conditioned Stimulus

D. Conditioned Stimulus

400

Jack has not done his chores for over a week, so his parents add three more chores to his list for this week. What is this an example of?

a. Positive Reinforcement

b. Negative Reinforcement

c. Negative Punishment

d. Positive Punishment

D. Positive Punishment

400

A kindergarten class gets recess twice a day if they are good, but the teacher gets to decide when to give the recess and does not base it off of any specific amount of time. What schedule of reinforcement is this?

a. Fixed ratio

b. Fixed interval

c. Variable ratio

d. Variable interval

B. Fixed interval

400

Cones in our eyes help us to see ____, whereas rods in our eyes help us to see ____.

A. Black and white, color

B. Red, blue

C. Color, black and white

D. Grey, white

C. Color, black and white

400

The frequency of sound waves is correlated with ____, whereas the the amplitude of soundwaves is correlated with ____.

A. Pitch, loudness

B. Sound, noise

C. Loudness, pitch

D. Tone, loudness

C. Loudness, pitch
500

Every time you hear the bell ring your mouth starts to water because you are expecting candy. What type of response is this?

a. Natural Response

b. Netural Response

c. Conditioned Response

d. Unconditioned Response

C. Conditioned Response

500

You are trying to teach your dog to sit. Every time that she sits, you give her a treat. Every time that she does not sit you give her no attention and look sad. What type of conditioning is this?

a. Operant Conditioning

b. Classical Conditioning

c. Associative Conditioning

d. Dog Training Conditioning

A. Operant Conditioning

500

Which theory best describes being colorblind?

A. Trichomatic theory

B. Opponent-process theory

C. Visual perception theory

D. Gestalt Theory

A. Trichomatic theory

500

What receptor plays a role in linking our sense of smell with memories?

A. Retina receptors

B. Olfactory receptors

C. Sensory receptors

D. Taste receptors

B. Olfactory receptors

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