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Behavior altering effects have:
 
  a. Direct effects
  b. Conditioned effects
  c. Direct and indirect effects
  d. Indirect effects

Ques. 2

An evocative effect refers to:
 
  a. A decrease in the current frequency of behavior that has been reinforced by some stimulus, object, or event
  b. An increase in the current frequency of behavior that has been reinforced by some stimulus, object, or event
  c. No effect in the current frequency of behavior that has been reinforced by some stimulus, object, or event
  d. A combination of decreasing and increasing effects in the current frequency of behavior that has been reinforced by some stimulus, object, or event

Ques. 3

Explain automatic reinforcement and provide a novel example of it.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Ques. 4

Explain the concept of the arbitrary nature of reinforcement.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Ques. 5

When the topography of a previous imitation occurs in the absence of the model it is not imitative behavior.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Ques. 6

If progress breaks down while conducting imitation training, the practitioner should:
 
  a. Reduce the speed of the lesson
  b. Back up and move ahead slowly
  c. Change to alternate behaviors then return
  d. Remove that behavior from the repertoire

Ques. 7

After the model evokes an imitation, that behavior comes into contact with contingencies of:
 
  a. similarity
  b. antecedent control
  c. reinforcement
  d. punishment

Ques. 8

Name and describe four ways to transfer stimulus control from prompts to natural stimuli.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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Answer to #1

C

Answer to #2

B

Answer to #3

Automatic reinforcement means that a behavior produces its own reinforcement, without another person to deliver it. An example is scratching your skin. The act of scratching produces stimulation that may be reinforcing to an individual.

Answer to #4

Reinforcement is arbitrary in the sense that any behavior that is followed closely in time by a reinforcer gets reinforced. It does not matter if the behavior is desirable or not or whether the delivery of reinforcement was programmed/intentional or not. Behaviors are selected

Answer to #5

TRUE

Answer to #6

B

Answer to #7

C

Answer to #8

Four ways to transfer stimulus control from prompts to natural stimuli are: Most-to least prompts, least-to-most prompts, time delay, and graduated guidance. In most-to-least prompts, one begins with the most intrusive prompt (physical guidance) and slowly fades back to least intrusive prompts
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