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need the answer for the exam 39600800 pennforter school
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Expert:  DoctorDLittle replied 5 years ago.

Hi there,

 

Do you have a veterinary question?

 

Thanks,

Dr. Paul

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
1. The four essential aspects of successful training are
A. food, praise, stimulation, and exercise.
B. a leash, collar, choke chain, and shake can.
C. instinct, conditioning, education, and observation.
D. reward, reprimand, trust, and consistency.
2. According to Charles Darwin, what biological mechanism
allows members of the same species to respond appropriately
to various conditions in the natural world?
A. Instinct C. Conditioning
B. Nurture D. Selective breeding
3. The process by which an animal becomes accustomed to its
situation is referred to as
A. desensitizing. C. aggression.
B. nurturing. D. habituation.4. What do we call an immediate pleasant occurrence that follows a behavior?
A. Startling C. Negative reinforcement
B. Habituation D. Positive reinforcement
5. Animal behavior researchers often refer to an activity associated with punishment or
reward as a/an
A. operant. C. stimulus.
B. condition. D. response.
6. Until approximately what age does the sensitive period last among dogs?
A. Two weeks C. Twenty weeks
B. Fourteen weeks D. Ten months
7. The most commonly reported behavior problem in cats is
A. aggression. C. depression.
B. breaking litter box training. D. pouncing.
8. Which of the following theories asserts that all animal activity is learned, rather than
genetically programmed?
A. Naturalism C. Biology
B. Behaviorism D. Socialism
9. The most common form of aggression seen in animal hospitals is
A. conflict-related. C. fear-induced.
B. maternal. D. learned.
10. The point of a reprimand is to _______ an animal.
A. punish C. startle
B. frighten D. irritate
11. Upon reaching sexual maturity, male dogs and cats may mark their territory through
A. regurgitating. C. neutering.
B. spraying. D. biting.
12. Which of the following are considered the most effective types of reward?
A. Food and praise C. Noise and water
B. Light and sound D. Rest and isolation
13. We commonly refer to early bonding with an object or animal as
A. priming. C. imprinting.
B. sensitizing. D. socializing.14. The most effective way to minimize spraying is
A. pharmaceutical therapy. C. neutering.
B. gonadal hormone therapy. D. aversion therapy.
15. Automatic, or simple reflex, behavior is commonly referred to as
A. a conditioned response. C. spatial motivation.
B. operant conditioning. D. an unconditioned response.
16. Pharmaceutical therapy for behavior modification can cause
A. increased territorial behavior. C. hyperactivity.
B. increased blood glucose. D. anorexia.
17. Learning through trial and error is often referred to as _______ learning.
A. instinctive C. inherited
B. instructive D. instrumental
18. Early researchers often referred to the predictable behaviors displayed by a particular
species as
A. fixed action patterns. C. routine reflex responses.
B. sociobiology habits. D. random-access patterns.
19. The type of behavior modification in which you would gradually expose an animal to
something it’s afraid of is
A. environmental modification. C. punishment.
B. desensitization. D. counterconditioning.
20. Biologists and veterinary specialists refer to the study of animal behavior as
A. ethnology. C. ethology.
B. etiology. D. ecology.
21. The aggression a dog shows when its owner tries to take its food bowl is called _______
aggression.
A. fear-induced C. maternal
B. conflict-related D. territorial
22. In cats, the sensitive socialization period lasts until approximately _______ of age.
A. six weeks C. six months
B. eight weeks D. eight months23. What behavior modification technique is used to keep an animal away from an object or
area?
A. Habituation C. Aversion therapy
B. Avoidance therapy D. Desensitization
24. What must first be done before treating an animal for a behavioral problem?
A. Ruling out a medical problem C. Determining the cause
B. Giving the animal a behavioral exam D. Changing the environment
25. What do we call the act of taking something away to increase a behavior?
A. Punishment C. Positive reinforcement
B. Negative punishment D. Negative reinforcement
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
1. The four essential aspects of successful training are
A. food, praise, stimulation, and exercise.
B. a leash, collar, choke chain, and shake can.
C. instinct, conditioning, education, and observation.
D. reward, reprimand, trust, and consistency.
2. According to Charles Darwin, what biological mechanism
allows members of the same species to respond appropriately
to various conditions in the natural world?
A. Instinct C. Conditioning
B. Nurture D. Selective breeding
3. The process by which an animal becomes accustomed to its
situation is referred to as
A. desensitizing. C. aggression.
B. nurturing. D. habituation.4. What do we call an immediate pleasant occurrence that follows a behavior?
A. Startling C. Negative reinforcement
B. Habituation D. Positive reinforcement
5. Animal behavior researchers often refer to an activity associated with punishment or
reward as a/an
A. operant. C. stimulus.
B. condition. D. response.
6. Until approximately what age does the sensitive period last among dogs?
A. Two weeks C. Twenty weeks
B. Fourteen weeks D. Ten months
7. The most commonly reported behavior problem in cats is
A. aggression. C. depression.
B. breaking litter box training. D. pouncing.
8. Which of the following theories asserts that all animal activity is learned, rather than
genetically programmed?
A. Naturalism C. Biology
B. Behaviorism D. Socialism
9. The most common form of aggression seen in animal hospitals is
A. conflict-related. C. fear-induced.
B. maternal. D. learned.
10. The point of a reprimand is to _______ an animal.
A. punish C. startle
B. frighten D. irritate
11. Upon reaching sexual maturity, male dogs and cats may mark their territory through
A. regurgitating. C. neutering.
B. spraying. D. biting.
12. Which of the following are considered the most effective types of reward?
A. Food and praise C. Noise and water
B. Light and sound D. Rest and isolation
13. We commonly refer to early bonding with an object or animal as
A. priming. C. imprinting.
B. sensitizing. D. socializing.14. The most effective way to minimize spraying is
A. pharmaceutical therapy. C. neutering.
B. gonadal hormone therapy. D. aversion therapy.
15. Automatic, or simple reflex, behavior is commonly referred to as
A. a conditioned response. C. spatial motivation.
B. operant conditioning. D. an unconditioned response.
16. Pharmaceutical therapy for behavior modification can cause
A. increased territorial behavior. C. hyperactivity.
B. increased blood glucose. D. anorexia.
17. Learning through trial and error is often referred to as _______ learning.
A. instinctive C. inherited
B. instructive D. instrumental
18. Early researchers often referred to the predictable behaviors displayed by a particular
species as
A. fixed action patterns. C. routine reflex responses.
B. sociobiology habits. D. random-access patterns.
19. The type of behavior modification in which you would gradually expose an animal to
something it’s afraid of is
A. environmental modification. C. punishment.
B. desensitization. D. counterconditioning.
20. Biologists and veterinary specialists refer to the study of animal behavior as
A. ethnology. C. ethology.
B. etiology. D. ecology.
21. The aggression a dog shows when its owner tries to take its food bowl is called _______
aggression.
A. fear-induced C. maternal
B. conflict-related D. territorial
22. In cats, the sensitive socialization period lasts until approximately _______ of age.
A. six weeks C. six months
B. eight weeks D. eight months23. What behavior modification technique is used to keep an animal away from an object or
area?
A. Habituation C. Aversion therapy
B. Avoidance therapy D. Desensitization
24. What must first be done before treating an animal for a behavioral problem?
A. Ruling out a medical problem C. Determining the cause
B. Giving the animal a behavioral exam D. Changing the environment
25. What do we call the act of taking something away to increase a behavior?
A. Punishment C. Positive reinforcement
B. Negative punishment D. Negative reinforcement

















































































Expert:  DoctorDLittle replied 5 years ago.

Ah, I see. We are not here to give you answers to test questions. This is a site with Veterinary Experts who provide answers for questions regarding your own animal or general veterinary questions.

 

Thanks,

Dr. Paul

Expert:  Chris M. replied 5 years ago.
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