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Pavlov's experiment was a typical case of classical conditioning because _____. A.an instinctive behavior was tied to a different stimulus B.an instinctive behavior was stopped due to lack of reinforcement C.a new behavior was learned due to positive reinforcement
Weegy: For example, Pavlov's dogs stopped salivating when the dispenser sound ... this is an example of classical conditioning User: An example of cats communicating with their environment is that most of the time, cats will _____ if they are enjoying something. A.hiss B.meow C.purr D.arch their backs Weegy: purr User: Kisha adopted an abused dog that cringed every time she raised her hand to pet it. After a while, the dog no longer cringed. This is an example of _____. A.habituation B.classical conditioning C.latent learning D.insightful learning Weegy: classical conditioning User: _____ is a behavior in mating in which one male breeds with a female for a certain period of time and then finds a different mate the following mating season. A.Monogamy B.Serial monogamy C.Polygyny D.Polyandry Weegy: This is an example of serial monogamy. User: The type of learning that involves problem-solving is called _____. A.social learning B.playing C.insightful learning D.latent learning Weegy: The type of learning that involves problem-solving is called insightful learning. User: An example of _____ is geese flying south for the winter. A.kineses B.taxis C.migration Weegy: A.kineses (More)
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Which of the following is an abiotic factor in an ecosystem? A.plants B.animals C.sunlight D.grass
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Bacteria would be considered a(n)_____species. A. r-selected B.K-selected
Weegy: Bacteria would be considered an A. r-selected species. User: Carrying capacity is _____. A.the ratio of predators to prey B.the number of populations in a specific area C.the number of organisms in a population D.the number of organisms an ecosystem can support Weegy: Carrying capacity is D.the number of organisms an ecosystem can support. User: Select all that apply. When determining the growth rate, you need to know _____. A.natality B.mortality C.population density D.immigration rate E.emigration rate F.carrying capacity Weegy: When determining the growth rate, you need to know A.natality B.mortality D.immigration rate E.emigration rate User: Ecology is made up of _____. A.mathematics B.many sciences C.the science of biology D.animals Weegy: Ecology is made up of B.many sciences. (More)
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Many animals, like mice, _____ when they sense danger. A.run B.freeze C.eat D.hiss
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Many animals, like mice, _____ when they sense danger.
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Many animals,like mice, A) RUN when they sense danger.
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The building blocks of a habitat consist of _____ factors. A.natural B.environmental C.extreme
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The building blocks of a habitat consist of ENVIRONMENTAL factors.
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