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1. Research indicated that children who fought and received punishment alone fought again with the average time between fights being the same as children who were not punished. However, when a verbal explanation accompanied the punishment, the time between fights: (Points : 1) increased almost 30%. increased almost 40%. decreased almost 30%. decreased almost 40%. 2. A rat in a Skinner box receives a continuous low level of electric shock. Every time it presses a bar, the shock is turned off for 10 seconds. This procedure is an example of: (Points : 1) positive reinforcement. negative reinforcement. punishment. avoidance. 3. Rewarding appropriate behavior in the classroom was effective _______of the time, according to Tulley and Chiu. (Points : 1) 29% 92% 78% 87% 4. When the intensity of the punishment is increased, the response rate of rats: (Points : 1) decreased and was finally suppressed. increased and was never suppressed. increased but was finally suppressed. decreased but was never suppressed. 5. Exposure to inescapable shock impairs animals’ ability to learn to avoid shock in subsequent tasks. This is an example of: (Points : 1) the frustration effect. learned helplessness. negative transfer. punishment. 6. The principles of punishment in children and animals appear to ______. (Points : 1) be exactly the same be the same except for language differ substantially differ in almost every respect 7. Classroom time outs would be ineffective in suppressing inappropriate behavior in a child who: (Points : 1) is aggressive toward the teacher. is lazy and sleeps in class. is compliant short term. wants to get out of doing his/her class work. 8. Corporal punishment refers to punishments, such as: (Points : 1) explaining why the punishment is being enacted. spanking or slapping to elicit a change in behavior. sending the child to his or her room to sit in a chair. taking away a reinforcer. 9. Punishment will likely cause side effects when: (Points : 1) it is applied consistently and fairly. it is short-term or long-term with an explanation. it is applied inconsistently with random intensity. it is paired with a secondary reinforcer. 10. In the study by Solomon, Turner, and Lessac (1968), dogs punished immediately for eating their preferred food later resisted the temptation to eat for: (Points : 1) one minute ten minutes one day two weeks
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