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Quiz 6 :

Aversive Control of Behavior

Quiz 6 :

Aversive Control of Behavior

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If wheel running is a higher-frequency operant, then wheel running will ______ drinking; if wheel running is a lower-frequency operant, then wheel running will _____ drinking.
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In terms of dropping out, Sidman (2001) indicates that one basic element is:
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Research on the use of skin-shock punishment in treatment of self-injurious behavior:
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With regard to respondent aggression, Ulrich and Azrin (1962) found that the probability of attack for any single shock:
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Consider the following example: "Paige got a ticket for littering. As a result she has to pick up trash along the highway for at least 20 hours." This is an example of _______.
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In Coercion and Its Fallout, Sidman (2001) argues that coercion consists of both:
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In terms of aversive stimuli, attacks and foul odors are _______ while threats and falling grades are ______.
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Azrin, Holz, and Hake's (1963) study on punishment and food deprivation in pigeons demonstrated that:
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Giving an organism another way to obtain reinforcement will:
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The time between shocks or the ______ interval and the time away from shocks produced by responses or the _____ interval are two aspects of escape and avoidance.
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Which of the following was not identified as a possible behavior principle influencing abused partners to stay in abusive situations?
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Skinner (1953) reported a game played by sailors in the 18th century. The game involved:
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For learned helplessness, pre-exposure to escape _____ the helplessness brought on by _____ aversive stimulation:
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If an organism emits an alternate behavior, that behavior can be seen as a(n) ____ if it occurs during punishment, and a(n) ____ if it prevents punishment.
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Azrin, Holz, and Hake (1963) found that when pigeons were shocked with a punisher that increased intensity gradually ______, and when they were shocked with a punisher of moderate intensity ______.
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Punishers that have to be used repeatedly indicate:
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The response cost procedure is an example of ______.
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The procedure of nondiscriminative avoidance is also called _______.
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Considering evidence gained by experimental behavior analysis, introducing spanking at a low intensity and gradually increasing intensity:
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In terms of operant-respondent interactions, persistence, and avoidance:
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