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Learning and Memory

Psychology

Quiz 6 :
Generalization, Discrimination Learning, and Concept Formation Memory Module

Quiz 6 :
Generalization, Discrimination Learning, and Concept Formation Memory Module

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Jasmine quickly learned that she needed to use different techniques to calm her second child than those that had worked with her first child. This is an example of:
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B

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As a child, Hunter had a favorite pet, a black furry cat that made him very happy. Based on the concept of a generalization gradient, which type of cat would be MOST likely to make Hunter happy now?
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Discrete-component representations provide a good description of:
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C

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A distributed representation is one in which:
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In a topographic representation:
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The mediation of behavior through responses to cues in the world is known as:
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In the peak shift effect, discrimination training results in a maximum response to:
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Sienna learned that many vegetables tend to be green in color. When she later learned in school that vegetables are healthy, she inferred that foods that are green are healthy. That she made this inference is an example of:
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Preston enjoys listening to piano music, and he enjoys listening to violin music, but he dislikes hearing both instruments played together in a duet. This is an example of:
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A detector for a unique configuration of two cues such as a certain tone and light is known as:
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To enable a network to accomplish negative patterning, one can:
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The primary sensory cortices are involved in determining:
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Lesions to the hippocampus lead to:
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The hippocampal region seems to be important for:
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If one tells a person with schizophrenia that both Julie and Stephanie like apples more than oranges, and Julie also likes carrots more than peppers, what would the patient have the MOST trouble with?
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The transfer of past learning to new situations and problems is known as:
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Lucy was bitten by a small white dog and now she has a fear of all dogs, regardless of their size or color. This is an example of:
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Martha studied hard for her math test and found that she learned some study habits that helped her study for her physics test. This is an example of:
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Larry is visiting his grandmother and cooking dinner for her. Since his grandmother has a different model of microwave oven than his, he has learned that he needs to push a different sequence of buttons on his grandmother's microwave oven when he wants to use it for cooking. This is an example of:
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Howard can tell from the way his baby cries whether she is hungry, needs changing, is sick, or is tired. This is an example of:
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