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Skinner and Thorndike are behavioral theorists that focused on _________ theories.
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Reinforcement
_________ developed an understanding of the importance of reinforcement and differentiated types and schedules of reinforcement.
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Skinner
These two researchers work were important in understanding behavior modification?
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Skinner and Thorndike
What is classical conditioning?
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Eliciting an unconditioned response (a response that occurs without training) using a conditioned stimulus (an association)
Who initiated the behaviorism revolution?
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John Watson
_________ is a principle of behaviorism that states that the more often a given response is made to a given stimulus, the more likely the response to that stimulus will be repeated.
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Frequency
_________ is a principle of behaviorism that states that the more recently a given response to a particular stimulus is made, the more likely it will be repeated.
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Recency
________ is a reinforcement theorist that studied the behavior of cats to determine whether animals solved problems by reasoning or instinct.
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Edward Thorndike
What was the major difference between Watson's behaviorist theory and Thordike's reinforcement theory?
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Thorndike believed that the effects following the reinforcement or response towards a behavior was also important
Which behaviorist recognized two different types of learning, each involving different types of behaviors?
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B.F. Skinner
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________ behavior is a concept of Skinner's that describes learning elicited by specific stimuli.
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________ behavior is a concept of Skinner's that describes learning elicited by a specific consequence to a behavior.
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Operant
The learning of operant behavior is also referred to as __________.
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Conditioning
_________ theories attempt to link internal thought processes with human behavior.
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Cognitive theories
Aaron Beck and Albert Bandura are considered _______ theorists.
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Cognitive theorists
____________ believed that behaviors are learned from other people, the basis of social cognitive theory.
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Albert Bandura
Bandura identified the process of modeling, what is it?
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The process of imitating a person to be more like them?.a vehicle to internalization of behaviors.
___________ is a concept of Bandura's that refers to a situation in which someone has learned not to engage in a specific behavior/response (although they desire to), but in a given situation where another person is engaging in that behavior the person do
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Disinhibition
___________ is a concept of Bandura's that refers to a situation in which someone observes an individual engaging in a behavior/activity and therefore wants to engage in the same activity although no desire was present before the observation.
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Elicitation
Gerrit is playing with a truck and sees his sister playing with a baby doll. He decides he wants to play with the baby doll. What priniciple described by Bandura is being displayed?
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Elicitation
Ellery has been told by her mother not to shout while inside and to use her indoor voice. Ellery is playing at her friend's house and observes her friend shouting the lyrics to a song. Ellery happily begins shouting the song as well. What principle d
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Disinhibition
  
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