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Learning and Memory

Psychology

Quiz 11 :

Social Learning and Memory: Observing, Interacting, and Reenacting

Quiz 11 :

Social Learning and Memory: Observing, Interacting, and Reenacting

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Stimulus matching refers to:
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Ella observed her father cleaning up toys by putting them all in a large bin and then carrying the bin over to the corner. The next time Ella had to clean up her toys, she left the bin in the corner and carried the toys to it one by one. This is an example of:
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In songbirds, neurons in _____ behave like mirror neurons in monkeys.
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In observational learning, it is difficult to predict what an organism will learn because:
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A process in which the learner actively monitors events and then chooses later actions based on those observation is known as:
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According to studies of social transmission of food preferences in rats, which brain area(s) seem(s) particularly important for learning of novel food preferences from demonstrator rats?
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According to modern social-learning theory, learning occurs as a result of:
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_____ is defined as learning from others and often used as a synonym for observational learning.
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Tony is excited when he watches his high school football team win the championship. He decides to try out for the team the following year, hoping that he will get to enjoy the same excitement he observes in the players he sees on the team. His behavior demonstrates that people are more likely to copy models:
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Which species are the only mammals other than humans that are known to be able to flexibly imitate sounds?
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People with frontal-lobe damage who exhibit deficits in the ability to imitate:
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Which statement is an example of social learning?
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The third phase of song learning in songbirds involves:
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In a dog kennel, if one dog starts barking, there is a tendency for the rest of the dogs to also start barking. This is an example of:
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_____ is the act of doing what one observes another organism doing.
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Mirror neurons are neurons that respond:
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In Bandura and colleagues' Bobo doll study (1961) it was found that children were more likely to behave aggressively if they:
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Children with autism:
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When one dog starts sniffing the ground for a potential scrap of food, other dogs' attention may be drawn to that part of the ground, and they may copy this sniffing behavior. This is an example of:
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What has research shown regarding viewing violence in the media and aggression?
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