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Ms. Hawkins reinforces her students for each 5 minutes that they read silently. If a student stops reading during the 5 minutes, no reinforcer is earned for that time. This is an example of what schedule of reinforcement?
 
  a. variable response duration schedule
  b. fixed response duration schedule
  c. alternative response schedule
  d. none of the above

Ques. 2

The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence is useful in assessing individuals who have (Circle all that apply.)
 
  A. aphasia.
  B. hearing impairment.
  C. reading difficulties.
  D. cerebral palsy.

Ques. 3

Mr. James wanted to use a token system in his classroom. He found that when he allowed his students to trade their tokens for items that he had bought, many students did not like what was offered. How could Mr. James solve this problem?
 
  a. develop a reinforcer menu for his students
  b. only allow tokens to be exchanged for items every other week
  c. allow his students to earn more tokens
  d. all of the above

Ques. 4

Mr. Reed reinforced one of his students every third time he raised his hand to speak in class. This schedule of reinforcement is called
 
  a. interval
  b. variable ratio
  c. fixed ratio
  d. fixed interval

Ques. 5

Robin wants to teach her young son to do his homework when he gets home from school. He wants to play outside with his friends. She told him that he must spend the first 30 minutes home working on homework, and then he may play outside until dinnertime. What type of reinforcement system is Robin using?
 
  a. Green's Law
  b. Grandma's Law
  c. Premack Principle
  d. b and c

Ques. 6

Max was a student in Mr. Gray's class. He worked on a behavior contract that stated that he needed to earn 10 points before he could trade them for time to play a game. However, he learned that even if he acted out and did not earn the 10 points, Mr. Gray would sometimes give in and let him play a game. He had some fun seeing just how far out of line he could get and still get to play. What error did Mr. Gray make?
 
  a. He needs to buy new games.
  b. Max's time with the games was not contingent upon his behavior.
  c. He should lower the number of points needed to play a game.
  d. He needs a better relationship with Max.

Ques. 7

Ms. Higgins implemented a reinforcement plan with her language arts class. She also implemented several plans for individual students. Behaviors improved for a few days and then student behaviors began to deteriorate. What should Ms. Higgins do now?
 
  a. Stop using the current reinforcement plans and create new ones.
  b. Suspend the students and start the current reinforcement plans again.
  c. Follow problem solving steps and examine the plans.
  d. b and c

Ques. 8

Our understanding of intelligence has
 
  A. remained static.
  B. changed over the years.
  C. continued to be inflexible.
  D. provided us with all we want to know about an individual.
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Answer to #1

b

Answer to #2

C

Answer to #3

a

Answer to #4

c

Answer to #5

d

Answer to #6

b

Answer to #7

c

Answer to #8

B
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