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Psychology 6th Edition By James S. Nairne – Test Bank

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Psychology 6th Edition By James S. Nairne – Test Bank

Chapter 7—Learning from Experience

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. A relatively permanent change in behavior or potential behavior that results from experience is called:
a. development
b. learning
c. maturation
d. cognition

ANS: B PTS: 1 DIF: factual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

2. By definition, learning is due to:
a. maturation
b. experience
c. heredity
d. introspection

ANS: B PTS: 1 DIF: factual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

3. Learning has occurred:
a. even if a change in behavior is due to maturation
b. when a change in behavior is relatively permanent
c. even if a change in behavior is temporary
d. when a change in behavior is due to development

ANS: B PTS: 1 DIF: factual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

4. Which of the following best fits the technical definition of learning?
a. a baby cries when the nurse gives the baby a vaccine shot
b. a child rides a bicycle without training wheels for the very first time
c. a teenager watches a shooting star in the night sky
d. a dog rolls over on command whenever its owner says to roll over

ANS: D PTS: 1 DIF: conceptual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

5. Which of the following best fits the technical definition of learning?
a. a child cries whenever he sees the nurse because she always gives the child vaccine shots
b. a child rides a bicycle without training wheels for the very first time
c. a teenager watches a shooting star in the night sky
d. a dog salivates to the smell of a piece of steak

ANS: A PTS: 1 DIF: conceptual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

6. Which of the following best fits the technical definition of learning?
a. a baby cries when the nurse gives the baby a vaccine shot
b. a child rides a bicycle without training wheels consistently
c. a teenager watches a shooting star in the night sky
d. a dog salivates to the smell of a piece of steak

ANS: B PTS: 1 DIF: conceptual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

7. Classical conditioning can be thought of as learning:
a. to notice or ignore events
b. about the consequences of our behavior
c. what events signal
d. by example

ANS: C PTS: 1 DIF: conceptual REF: Psychology for a Reason
MSC: New

 

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