A response that, after conditioning, follows a previously neutral stimulus is called the __________ response.
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Inborn patterns of behavior that are biologically determined rather than learned are called __________.
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The process by which a stimulus increases the probability that a preceding behavior will be repeated is called __________.
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Cognitive learning focuses on
A. external responses
B. external stimuli
C. internal thoughts
Psychology Question: Cognitive learning focuses on A. Reinforcement B. Internal thoughts C. External responses D. External stimuli? D. External stimuli [www.blurtit.com/q4887611.html
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According to the __________ theory of emotion, both physiological arousal and emotional experiences are produced simultaneously by the same nerve stimulus.
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If you are trying to remember a phone number and you repeat it over and over again until you can write it down, you are using which technique?
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__________ memory holds information for 15 to 25 seconds and stores it according to its meaning rather than as mere stimulation.
C. sensory memory holds information for 15 to 25 seconds and stores it according to its meaning rather than as mere stimulation. [ 3 Stage Model of Information Processing Sensory memory (STSS). Sensory memory is affiliated with the transduction of energy (change from one energy from to another). The environment makes available a variety of sources of information (light, sound, smell, heat, cold, etc.), but the brain only understands electrical energy. The body has special sensory receptor cells that transduce (change from one form of energy to another) this external energy to something the brain can understand. In the process of transduction, a memory is created. This memory is very short (less than 1/2 second for vision; about 3 seconds for hearing).Short-term memory (STM). Short-term memory is also called working memory and relates to what we are thinking about at any given moment in time. In Freudian terms, this is conscious memory. It is created by our paying attention to an external stimulus, an internal thought, or both. It will initially last somewhere around 15 to 20 seconds unless it is repeated (called maintenance rehearsal) at which point it may be available for up to 20 minutes. The hypothalamus is a brain structure thought to be involved in this shallow processing of information. The frontal lobes of the cerebral cortex is the structure associated with working memory. For example, you are processing the words you read on the screen in your frontal lobes. However, if I ask, "What is your telephone number?" your brain immediately calls that from long-term memory and replaces what was previously there.Long-term memory (LTM). Long-term memory is also called preconscious and unconscious memory in Freudian terms. Preconscious means that the information is relatively easily recalled (although it may take several minutes or even hours) while unconscious refers to data that is not available during normal consciousness. ] Auto answered|Score 1|letmethink|Points 921|User:
__________ conditioning focuses on the natural biological responses to the presence of a stimulus such as food, water, or pain, whereas __________ conditioning applies to voluntary responses, which an organism performs deliberately to produce a desirable outcome.
A. Positive; negative
B. Operant; classical
C. Classical; operant
D. Negative; positive
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According to the __________ theory of emotion, emotions are determined jointly by a nonspecific kind of physiological arousal and its interpretation, based on environmental cues.
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