Learning and Memory Assignment

    1. Who is the proponent of classical condition?
    • A.

      Albert Bandura

    • B.

      Ivan Pavlov

    • C.

      John Watson

    • D.

      Wolfgang Kohler

    • E.

      B.F. Skinner

  • 2.
    Who pioneered operant conditioning?
    • A.

      Albert Bandura

    • B.

      B. F. Skinner

    • C.

      Edward Thorndike

    • D.

      Ivan Pavlov

    • E.

      Sigmund Freud

  • 3.
    Who proposed the law of effect?
    • A.

      Albert Bandura

    • B.

      B. F. Skinner

    • C.

      Edward Thorndike

    • D.

      Ivan Pavlov

    • E.

      John Watson

  • 4.
     Who is the proponent of learning by imitation?
    • A.

      Albert Bandura

    • B.

      B. F. Skinner

    • C.

      Wolfgang Kohler

    • D.

      Ivan Pavlov

    • E.

      John Watson

  • 5.
    A learning process in which an association is made between a previously neutral stimulus and a stimulus that naturally evokes a response.
    • A.

      Operant conditioning

    • B.

      Observational learning

    • C.

      Insight learning

    • D.

      Classical conditioning

    • E.

      Latent learning

  • 6.
    A process in which learning occurs through the imitation of a model.
    • A.

      Classical conditioning

    • B.

      Observational learning

    • C.

      Operant conditioning

    • D.

      Latent learning

    • E.

      Insight learning

  • 7.
    1. A stimulus that has the ability to elicit a response without previous training.
    • A.

      Conditioned response

    • B.

      Conditioned stimulus

    • C.

      Reinforcement

    • D.

      Unconditioned response

    • E.

      Unconditioned stimulus

  • 8.
    1. A stimulus which initially does not elicit the intended response but comes to do so by being paired with the “natural” stimulus.
    • A.

      Conditioned response

    • B.

      Conditioned stimulus

    • C.

      Reinforcement

    • D.

      Unconditioned response

    • E.

      Unconditioned stimulus

  • 9.
    1. The emergence of the conditioned response due to the repeated pairing of the conditioned stimulus with the unconditioned stimulus.
    • A.

      Spontaneous recovery

    • B.

      Stimulus generalization

    • C.

      Acquisition

    • D.

      Extinction

    • E.

      Stimulus discrimination

  • 10.
    1. The reappearance of the conditioned response after a period of rest and with no further conditioning.
    • A.

      Acquisition

    • B.

      Stimulus discrimination

    • C.

      Extinction

    • D.

      Stimulus generalization

    • E.

      Spontaneous recovery

  • 11.
    1. Giving of money is an example of primary reinforcer
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 12.
    1. It holds memory for a very short period of time, for a  few seconds or less.
    • A.

      Episodic

    • B.

      Semantic

    • C.

      Short-term

    • D.

      Long-term

    • E.

      Sensory

  • 13.
    1. It holds memory of about 30 seconds.  It is also called working memory.
    • A.

      Episodic

    • B.

      Semantic

    • C.

      Short-term

    • D.

      Long-term

    • E.

      Sensory

  • 14.
    1. It refers to the kind of memory about personal experiences
    • A.

      Episodic

    • B.

      Semantic

    • C.

      Procedural

    • D.

      Sensory

  • 15.
    1. It refers to the kind of memory that deals with concepts and rules.
    • A.

      Sensory

    • B.

      Semantic

    • C.

      Episodic

    • D.

      Procedural

  • 16.
    1. Which of the following sequences best reflects the order in which memory processes occur, from first to last?
    • A.

      Encoding – storage – retrieval

    • B.

      Storage – retrieval – encoding

    • C.

      Encoding – retrieval – storage

    • D.

      Storage – encoding – retrieval

  • 17.
    1. Which of the following sequences best reflects the order in which memory processes occur, from first to last?
    • A.

      Encoding – storage – retrieval

    • B.

      Storage – retrieval – encoding

    • C.

      Encoding – retrieval – storage

    • D.

      Storage – encoding – retrieval

  • 18.
    1. It is combining pieces of data into units; allowing us to store more information in the STM.
    • A.

      Rehearsal

    • B.

      Recognition

    • C.

      Recall

    • D.

      Chuncking

  • 19.
    1. When we use the term “remembering” in day-to-day life, we are making reference to the memory process of:
    • A.

      Encoding

    • B.

      Rehearsal

    • C.

      Retrieval

    • D.

      Storage

  • 20.
    1. The part of the brain responsible for emotional memory
    • A.

      Amygdala

    • B.

      Hippocampus

    • C.

      Cerebellum

    • D.

      Thalamus

  • 21.
    1. Knowledge of how to play tennis (assuming one knows how) would be stored in _____ memory.
    • A.

      Implicit

    • B.

      Recall

    • C.

      Short-term

    • D.

      Declarative

  • 22.
    1. An identification test is a _________ test of memory; a multiple-choice question is __________.
    • A.

      Recall; recall test also

    • B.

      Recall; recognition test

    • C.

      Recognition; recognition test also

    • D.

      Recognition; recall test

  • 23.
    1. The inability to retrieve, recall, recognize information that was stored or is still stored in long-term memory.
    • A.

      Chunking

    • B.

      Encoding

    • C.

      Forgetting

    • D.

      Memory

    • E.

      Storage

  • 24.
    1. Proactive Interference occurs when recently learned information makes it more difficult to recall old information.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 25.
    1. The unconscious forgetting of emotionally-threatening or anxiety-producing information.
    • A.

      Dementia

    • B.

      Repression

    • C.

      Interference

    • D.

      Suppression

  • 26.
    1. Anterograde amnesia is forgetting events that occur before an injury or trauma
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

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