OPERANT CONDITIONING REVIEW For each example tell whether the underlined behavior will recur

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  • OPERANT CONDITIONING REVIEW For each example tell whether the underlined behavior will recur.
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  • DIRECTIONS Focus on the underlined behavior and identify whether The consequence for doing that behavior was Good or Bad or Nothing O Then determine if the behavior is likely to increase ( ) or decrease ( ) Finally say which term of operant conditioning is being shown Neg. Reinforcement Pos. Reinforcement Neg. Punishment Pos. Punishment Extinction
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  • Scenario 1 A student volunteers to answer a tough question in class, and the teacher comments favorably on the quality of the students contribution.
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  • Scenario 1 Answers Increase Behavior Positive Reinforcement
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  • Scenario 2 A wife brings home flowers to her husband because of the special dinner he had cooked for her.
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  • Scenario 2 Answers Increase Behavior Positive Reinforcement
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  • Scenario 3 A child is sent to his room with no supper after presenting a bad report card.
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  • Scenario 3 Answers Decrease Behavior Negative Punishment
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  • Scenario 4 Dad & tot enter the checkout lane of the supermarket. When the child screams for candy, dad pops a sucker in her mouth to quiet her down.
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  • Scenario 4 Answers Increase Behavior Positive Reinforcement
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  • Scenario 5 A child spills milk all over the supper table, and Mom (having had a very bad day) swoops the child up from the high chair and spanks him.
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  • Scenario 5 Answers Decrease Behavior Positive Punishment
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  • Scenario 6 A student has a terrible headache after an intense preparation period for a test. He takes two aspirin to make it go away.
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  • Scenario 6 Answers Increase Behavior Negative Reinforcement
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  • Scenario 7 Two children, who usually spend most of their time fighting, finally play peaceably over a coloring book. Dad peeks in and sighs, At last, they are getting along. He returns to work without saying anything to them.
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  • Scenario 7 Answers O Decrease Behavior Extinction
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  • Scenario 8 As a spoiled child is being driven by a fast-food restaurant, she begins screaming that she must have french fries or she wont survive. The parents surrender and drive in for a large supply.
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  • Scenario 8 Answers Increase Behavior Negative Reinforcement
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  • Scenario 9 A teenager whines about having nothing to do. Dad gives him a lecture about all the stuff in his room and the good old days when he, the father, didnt have all that stuff but still managed to be happy.
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  • Scenario 9 Answers If you view lecture as nothing: O Decrease Behavior Extinction If you view lecture as bad: Decrease Behavior Positive Punishment
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  • Scenario 10 A terrorist applies an electric current to the feet of a spy to make her confess. She tells him everything she knows.
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  • Scenario 10 Answers Increase Behavior Negative Reinforcement