Liberty University EDUC 500 QUIZ 3

Category: Education

  

Liberty University EDUC 500 QUIZ 3

Due Date

11/11/18 11:59 PM

Status

Completed

Attempt Score

30 out of 30 points

Time Elapsed

1 hour, 11 minutes out of 2 hours

Instructions

•   Time limit: 2 hours

•   30 multiple-choice questions

•   Open-book/open-notes

•   Do not hit the BACK button as this will lock you out of the quiz.

•   The timer will continue if you leave this quiz without submitting it.

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Submitted Answers, Feedback

•       Question 1

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A student is used to getting the attention of the teacher by making annoying sounds. One day the teacher decides to ignore the sounds by showing no reaction. Based on behavioral theory, what would be the expected outcome, assuming the teacher’s attention was the reinforcer?

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Response Feedback:

This is an example of extinction burst which is an increase in levels of a behavior in the early stages of extinction.

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•       Question 2

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________________ or cognitive structures that underlie and make possible organized thought and action.

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•       Question 3

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_______________ is a critical component of social cognitive theory and refers to behavioral, cognitive, and affective changes deriving from observing one or more models.

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•       Question 4

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Which of the following forms of assessment is the best example of a fixed-interval schedule?

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Response Feedback:

A fixed interval schedule is a schedule in which desired behavior is rewarded following a constant amount of time

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•       Question 5

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________________ through modeling occurs when observers display new patterns of behavior that, prior to exposure to the modeled behaviors, have a zero probability of occurrence even when motivation is high.

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•       Question 6

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Students do not know when a reinforcer is coming, but know that if they continue to do their work, it will eventually appear. The students are being reinforced on what type of schedule?

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Response Feedback:

A variable-ratio schedule is a reinforcement schedule in which desired behavior is rewarded following an unpredictable number of behaviors.

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•       Question 7

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Albert Bandura described human behavior within a framework or triadic reciprocality, or reciprocal interactions among _______________.

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•       Question 8

1 out of 1 points
 

According to social cognitive theory, which is not an accurate statement?

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•       Question 9

1 out of 1 points
 

Response facilitation modeling may occur without conscious awareness. Chartrand and Bargh (1999) found evidence for a _________________, whereby people nonconsciously mimic behaviors and mannerisms of people in their social environments.

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•       Question 10

1 out of 1 points
 

Which of the following is the correct sequence of phases for understanding observational learning?

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Response Feedback:

Observational learning has a sequence of four phases: attention, retention, reproduction, and motivation.

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•       Question 11

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The Premack Principle links less-desired activities to:

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Response Feedback:

The Premack Principle links an undesirable activity followed by an enjoyable activity.

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•       Question 12

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__________ refers to a situation in which one or more persons serve as the instructional agents for another, usually in a specific subject or for a particular purpose.

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•       Question 13

1 out of 1 points
 

Which schedule allows for a constant number of behaviors required for reinforcement?

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Response Feedback:

A fixed-ratio reinforcement schedule is a schedule in which desired behavior is rewarded following a fixed number of behaviors.

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•       Question 14

1 out of 1 points
 

Whenever students turn in their homework, a teacher rewards them with computer time. The more often they turn in their homework, the more they are allowed to use the computers. Students have been turning in their homework with increasing frequency. Thus, the computer time is serving as a(n):

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Response Feedback:

Computer time is a reinforcer to increase the likelihood that students will turn in their homework.

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•       Question 15

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Which of the following reinforcement procedures would be most appropriate for the classroom?

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Response Feedback:

The most appropriate choice is immediate reinforcement following a desired behavior. The other choices are unsound practices.

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•       Question 16

1 out of 1 points
 

____________ formulated a comprehensive theory of observational learning that he has expanded to encompass acquisition and performance of diverse skills, strategies, and behaviors.

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•       Question 17

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_____________ refers to personal beliefs about one’s capabilities to help students learn.

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•       Question 18

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A teacher reinforces a child first for recognizing two letters of the alphabet, then for recognizing four, then six, and so on. The teacher is using a technique called:

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Response Feedback:

The teacher is using the technique of shaping by praising approximations of the desired behavior.

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•       Question 19

1 out of 1 points
 

Learning occurs either enactively or vicariously. Enactive learning involves learning from ______________ whereas vicarious learning involves learning from _______________.

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•       Question 20

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Learning complex skills typically occurs through a combination of ________.

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•       Question 21

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Central to the concept of agency is ______________, or the process whereby individuals activate and sustain behaviors, cognitions, and affects, which are systematically oriented toward the attainment of goals.

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•       Question 22

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A student learns to add blocks and later transfers this skill to adding sticks, and checkers. Educational psychologists would say that the student is demonstrating:

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Response Feedback:

Generalization is a carryover of behaviors, skills or concepts from one setting to another.

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•       Question 23

1 out of 1 points
 

Which of the following terms is defined as follows: applying unpleasant stimuli to decrease a target behavior?

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Selected Answer:

Presentation punishment

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Response Feedback:

Presentation punishment involves applying an unpleasant stimulus to decrease a target behavior.

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•       Question 24

1 out of 1 points
 

In Bandura’s classic study on modeling, children who observed a film of an aggressive adult being punished:

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Response Feedback:

One of the classic experiments in social learning theory is a study done by Bandura in which students shown a video in which someone engaging in aggressive acts in punished. Students who saw the model severely punished engaged in significantly fewer acts of aggression in subsequent play.

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•       Question 25

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__________________ refers to personal beliefs about one’s capabilities to learn or to perform actions at designated levels.

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•       Question 26

1 out of 1 points
 

A teacher spot-checks how students are doing by walking around the room, selecting students to observe at random and then reinforcing those who are working well. What type of schedule is being used?

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Response Feedback:

A variable-interval schedule is a reinforcement schedule in which desired behavior is rewarded following an unpredictable amount of time.

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•       Question 27

1 out of 1 points
 

What is the focus of operant conditioning?

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Response Feedback:

Operant conditioning focuses on the use of pleasant or unpleasant consequences to control the occurrence of behavior.

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•       Question 28

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Which statement is true regarding self-efficacy and self-concept?

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•       Question 29

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Which of the following is an example of self-regulated learning?

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Response Feedback:

One way to help children engage in self-regulated learning is to provide a form or checklist for monitoring a long or complex task.

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•       Question 30

1 out of 1 points
 

People acquire information about their personal self-efficacy from all but the following:

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