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1

Many say that problem behavior is
verbal behavior. For example,
“Slapping his face is a mand for
attention.”

Would Skinner agree?

a. Yes
b. No

b. No

Note: slapping the face have different function this is not a cultural selection it is not past on from one generation to the next .

2

Tact are related to

verbal stimulus
non-verbal stimulus

non-verbal stimulus

that is a not EO it is a intraverbal
focus on the antecedent

3

ASR #14

Is this a tact?

Saying, “Cookie,” solely as a result of
seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

non verbal stimuls

4

Is this a tact?

Making the ASL sign for “cookie”
solely as a result of seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

dose not matter the form reinforce

5

Is this a tact?

Writing “cookie” solely as a result of
seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

6

Is this a tact?

Saying, “Cookie,” when no cookies
are in sight, but when Jill (who
usually gives cookies) walks in.

a. Yes
b. No

b. No

7

A d___________ is under the antecedent
control of verbal stimuli
with p________t _ p_______ c __________
AND
with formal similarity to the response
Consequence: S_______________R______

duplic. , point-to-point correspondence; Social reinforcement

8

Is this a good definition for Point-to-point correspond:

the relationship between a verbal
antecedent and the verbal response
which follows it.

It occurs when the beginning, middle,
and end of the verbal stimulus
matches the beginning, middle, and
end of the response.

yes
No

yes

9

This is an example :of _______


Spoken antecedent stimulus is “dog”.
Letters written on a page, D, O, and G,
match the phonemes, “duh”, “aw”, and
“guh”

a. Echoics (vocal imitation, repeating)
b.Copying a text
c. Mimetics (motor imitation)
c. All of the above

a. Echoics (vocal imitation, repeating)

10

Skinnerian view says language is classified with respect to
function, not structure.

True
False

True

11

Skinnerian view says Language focus
on the structure of language.

True
False

False

this is traditional view

12

Traditional views of language focus
on the ________ of language?

a. function
b. structure

b. structure

13

In contrast, Skinner focuses on the
___________ of language?


a. function
b. structure

a. function

14

Verbal behavior is an operant behavior reinforced whose functional units are composed of
EO-SD-R-C

True
False

True

15

Oral speech is the only form of verbal
behavior.

a. True
b. False

b. False

16

Can these be verbal behavior?
Pointing, gesturing, touching, smiling.

a. True
b. False

a. True

17

The speaker is the individual emitting
the verbal response.

The speaker mands, tacts , etc
also called verbalizer

True
False

True

18

The _________usually provides the____________ for
the speaker’s verbal behavior.

The listener presents__________ and _________

listener, antecedents and consequences

antecedent
non-verbal and verbal stimuli.

19

The ___________ is composed of________who belong to a _______
verbal community.

audience, listeners, trained

20

Which most likely has a history of
being reinforced (with the opening of
the door) by a trained audience?


a. Knocking on the door

b. Slamming back of head against
the door

a. Knocking on the door

21

Is the person who opens the door
after hearing a knock a member of a
trained audience?

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

22

Is the person who opens the door
after seeing a head slamming a
member of a trained audience?

a. Yes
b. No

b. No

23

Many say that problem behavior is
verbal behavior.
For example,
“Slapping his face is a mand for
attention.”
Would Skinner agree?

a. Yes
b. No

b. No

slapping has different functions

24

Behavior becomes verbal behavior
when:

a. it is reinforced by other persons.

b. it was shaped and maintained by
a verbal environment transmitted
from one generation to another.

b. it was shaped and maintained by
a verbal environment transmitted
from one generation to another.

Skinner ties this to cultural selection

25

The type of selection responsible for
the evolution of verbal behavior:


a. Natural selection
b. Operant selection
c. Cultural selection

c. Cultural selection

26

The type of selection involved when
a person learns a language such as
English:


a. Natural selection
b. Operant selection
c. Cultural selection

b. Operant selection

27

A tact is under the _______ ______
of a ____________ _______.

Consequence: Social reinforcement
Naming, labeling, describing

a. antecedent control , verbal stimulus
b. antecedent control , non-verbal stimulus.

b. antecedent control , non-verbal stimulus.

28

Solely as a result of seeing a dove,
Tony says, “Bird.”
Solely as a result of seeing a bird fly
away, Tony says, “Flying!”
Solely as a result of feeling a dove’s
wing, Tony says, “Soft.”

This is an example of
a. Mand
b. Tact
c. Echoic

b. Tact

29

Is this a tact?
Saying, “Cookie,” solely as a result of
seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes

30

Is this a tact?
Making the ASL sign for “cookie”
solely as a result of seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

a. Yes