QUESTION 1 This school of behaviorism uses the deductive method. That is, it us

QUESTION 1
This school of behaviorism uses the deductive method. That is, it uses inferences coupled with hypothesis testing.
A.
Deterministic behaviorism
B.
Methodological behaviorism
C.
Radical behaviorism
D.
Structural behaviorism
1 points
QUESTION 2
_____________________ is when you present a consequence after a behavior and it weakens that behavior.
A.
Negative reinforcement
B.
Positive punishment
C.
Negative punishment
D.
Positive reinforcement
1 points
QUESTION 3
The three-term contingency is the basic unit of analysis in the analysis of operant behavior and is made up of the following elements:
A.
Reflex, Time, Duration
B.
Reinforcement, Punishment, Extinction
C.
Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence
D.
Learning History, Outcomes, Stimuli
1 points
QUESTION 4
This school of behaviorism is an atheoretical approach that uses the inductive method with minimal or no inferences.
A.
Radical behaviorism
B.
Deterministic behaviorism
C.
Methodological behaviorism
D.
Structural behaviorism
1 points
QUESTION 5
Behavioral problem solving rejects the medical model.
True
False
1 points
QUESTION 6
A principle of behavior describes a(n) ____________________________ between behavior and one or more of its controlling variables.
A.
functional relation
B.
extinction curve
C.
response reinforcer
D.
stimulus relation
1 points
QUESTION 7
John Watson is best known for his work on ____________________ of fear.
A.
air conditioning
B.
operant conditioning
C.
automatic conditioning
D.
classical conditioning
1 points
QUESTION 8
ABA focuses on ________________ as being the primary cause of human behavior.
A.
internal causes
B.
free will
C.
external causes/environment
D.
gods or spirits
1 points
QUESTION 9
This branch of behavior analysis concentrates on the philosophy of the science of behavior.
A.
Experimental analysis of behavior
B.
Applied behavior analysis
C.
Behaviorism
D.
Determinism
1 points
QUESTION 10
This formally began the experimental branch of behavior analysis.
A.
Skinner’s publication of The Behavior of Organisms
B.
Fuller’s study on the application of operant behavior to humans
C.
Watsonian psychology or S-R psychology
D.
Pavlov’s study of reflexive behavior

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