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1
Q

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

A

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
Q

Tact are related to

verbal stimulus
non-verbal stimulus

A

non-verbal stimulus

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

3
Q

ASR #14

Is this a tact?

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

non verbal stimuls

4
Q

Is this a tact?

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

dose not matter the form reinforce

5
Q

Is this a tact?

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

6
Q

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

A

b. No

7
Q
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\_\_\_\_\_\_
A

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

8
Q

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

A

yes

9
Q

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

a. Echoics (vocal imitation, repeating)

10
Q

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

True
False

A

True

11
Q

Skinnerian view says Language focus
on the structure of language.

True
False

A

False

this is traditional view

12
Q

Traditional views of language focus
on the ________ of language?

a. function
b. structure

A

b. structure

13
Q

In contrast, Skinner focuses on the
___________ of language?

a. function
b. structure

A

a. function

14
Q

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

True
False

A

True

15
Q

Oral speech is the only form of verbal
behavior.

a. True
b. False

A

b. False

16
Q

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

a. True
b. False

A

a. True

17
Q

The speaker is the individual emitting
the verbal response.

The speaker mands, tacts , etc
also called verbalizer

True
False

A

True

18
Q

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

The listener presents__________ and _________

A

listener, antecedents and consequences

antecedent
non-verbal and verbal stimuli.

19
Q

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

A

audience, listeners, trained

20
Q
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

a. Knocking on the door

21
Q

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

22
Q

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

23
Q
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

A

b. No

slapping has different functions

24
Q

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.

A

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

Skinner ties this to cultural selection

25
Q

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

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

A

c. Cultural selection

26
Q

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

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

A

b. Operant selection

27
Q

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

Consequence: Social reinforcement
Naming, labeling, describing

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

A

b. antecedent control , non-verbal stimulus.

28
Q
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

A

b. Tact

29
Q

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

30
Q

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

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

31
Q

Is this a tact?
Writing “cookie” solely as a result of
seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

32
Q

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

A

b. No

33
Q

Is this a tact?

Saying, “Jill eating cookie,” solely as
a result of watching Jill eat a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

34
Q

Is this a tact?

Walking over to a cookie and eating it
solely as a result of seeing a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

eating is not verbal behavior

35
Q

Is this a tact?

Saying, “Gooey,” solely as a result of
feeling the middle of a gooey cookie
with his tongue.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

36
Q

Is this a tact?

Picking up a cookie solely as a result
of being asked to pick up a cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

37
Q

Is this a tact?
Saying, “Big,” solely as the result of
seeing a 12 inch cookie.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

38
Q
Is this a tact?
Pointing to a 12 inch cookie solely as
the result of being asked to point to
the biggest cookie in the room (which
it is). Be careful!

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

39
Q

Is this a tact?
Solely as a result of seeing an empty
glass, Jack says, “It holds milk.”

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

40
Q

Is this a tact?

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

Be careful!

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

reading is a verbal stimulus

41
Q

A _______is under the antecedent
control of an _________ _________

Consequence: Specific reinforcer
Requesting, asking, commanding

A

mand, establishing operation

EO

42
Q

Is this a mand?

Saying, “Cookie,” solely as a result of
being food deprived and seeing a
person who has given him cookies in
the past.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

43
Q

Is this a mand?

Getting oneself a cookie solely as the
result of being food deprived.

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

There is verbal behavior even though its an EO

44
Q

Is this a mand?

Saying, “Point to cookie,” solely as
the result of being required to teach a
child to discriminate between cookies
and crackers.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

this strengthen the value compliance there is an EO and VB

45
Q

Is this a mand?

Signing “cookie” solely as a result of
hearing someone say “Cookie.”

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

No EO

46
Q

Is this a mand?

Signing “more milk” solely as a result
of running out of milk before you
have enough for your bowl of cereal.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

47
Q

Is this a mand?

Pointing to your mouth and the
napkins on the other side of the table
(where someone else is sitting) when
you have food all over your face.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

48
Q

Tact or mand?

Saying, “Help,” when moving a
couch.

a. Tact
b. Mand

A

b. Mand

49
Q

Tact or mand?

Saying, “This couch is heavy,” after
moving a couch.

a. Tact
b. Mand

A

a. Tact

50
Q
A \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_is under the antecedent
control of verbal stimuli with 
AND
with \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_
Consequence: Social reinforcement
A

duplic ; point-to-point correspondence ;

formal similarity to the response

51
Q

In _______________________the parts of the vocal R can be related to the parts of the visual stimulus (e.g. a written word).

A

textual behavior

52
Q

where one stimulus is said to stand for another stimulus that it does not resemble in any physical way (as in Morse code where a sequence of dots and dashes stands for a letter of the alphabet but does not look like or sound like that letter—also theoretically similar to non-identity matching to sample

A

Codic

53
Q

requesting, demanding, asking a question

A

mand–

54
Q

Textual Behavior is a subcategory and Taking Dictation. is a subcategory of_____.

A

of codic

55
Q

The relations between finger spelling responses or visual response products and vocal responses or auditory response products are clearly

A

Codic

56
Q

This is a type of verbal behavior with the response form controlled by (1) a verbal stimulus, and (2) the response product has formal similarity with the controlling stimulus.

A

Duplic

57
Q

This is a subcategory of _____ behavior. In the echoic relation the stimulus is auditory and the response is speaking.

A

Duplic

58
Q

The relations between finger spelling responses or visual response products and vocal responses or auditory response products are clearly

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Codic

59
Q

This is a type of verbal behavior with the response form controlled by (1) a verbal stimulus, and (2) the response product has formal similarity with the controlling stimulus.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Duplic

60
Q

This is a subcategory of _____ behavior. In the echoic relation the stimulus is auditory and the response is speaking.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Duplic

61
Q

This is a subcategory of _____ behavior. In copying a text the stimulus is visual and the response is writing (copying what one sees in written form).

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Duplic

62
Q

1.sign “tree” seeing a tree

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

tact

63
Q
  1. say “fish” hearing “fish”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Duplic /echoic

64
Q
  1. write “wet” hearing “ocean

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Intraverbal

65
Q
  1. say “fast” hearing a car go by rapidly

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Tact

66
Q
  1. say “fast” hearing a car go by rapidly

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

tact

67
Q
  1. say “out” wanting to be outside

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

mand

68
Q
  1. open a window wanting it to be cooler

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

non-verbal

69
Q
  1. write “large” hearing “large”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Codic / taking Dictation

70
Q
  1. say “help” hearing “help”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

duplic - echoic

71
Q
  1. sign “cat” hearing “cat”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

intraverbal

72
Q
  1. say “red” seeing “red”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

codic -textual

73
Q
  1. write “a” seeing “a”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

duplic - copying text

74
Q
  1. sign “red” seeing L sign “apple”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

intraverbal

75
Q
  1. write “stop” wanting L to stop

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

mand

76
Q
  1. write “5” seeing “2+2=”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

intraverbal

77
Q
  1. write “car” smelling gasoline

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

tact

78
Q
  1. write your name L saying “write your name”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

non-verbal

79
Q
  1. say “stand up” seeing “stand up”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

codic - textual

80
Q
  1. writing “HELP” in the snow hoping a pilot in a plane will see it

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

mand

81
Q
  1. smile being happy

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

non- verbal

82
Q

A type of vb with response form controlled primarily by an immediately prior nonverbal discriminative stimulus or SD.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Tact

83
Q

_____ behavior means that the person learns indirectly, without direct contact with the consequences. The person does not need to experience the consequence directly but learns by reading or learning from others.

a. Rule governed behavior
b. Contingency shaped behavior

A

Rule governed behavior

84
Q

naming, labeling

A

tact–

85
Q

-word sequence, word associates

A

intraverbal-

86
Q

saying words that you hear

A

echoic– a kind of Duplic

87
Q

-saying words that you see

taking dictation–writing words that you hea

A

textual-

88
Q

-saying words that you see

A

textual-

89
Q

making sign you see someone else make

r

A

mimetic–

90
Q

–writing words that you hear

A

taking dictation

91
Q

Echoics (vocal imitation, repeating)
Copying a text
Mimetics (motor imitation)

Are Duplics or Codics

A

All three are types of duplics

92
Q

Rule-governed behavior is:

a. operant behavior.
b. respondent behavior.
c. can be either operant or
respondent behavior.
d. it is a different type of behavior
than operant or respondent.

A

a. operant behavior.

93
Q

One time Julia “forgot” to put her oven
glove on and grabbed the pan in the oven
with her bare hand. The hot pan burned
Julia’s hand. In the future Julia is more
likely to wear her oven glove when taking
dishes out of the oven. Julia’s behavior
now would qualify as:

a. Contingency-shaped
b. Elicited
c. Insensitive to environmental
contingencies
d. Rule-governed

A

a. Contingency-shaped

learns directly with direct contact with consequence

94
Q

As a result of her mother telling her that
a pan coming out of the oven is hot and
will burn her, Julia always wears a glove
when removing a hot pan from the oven.
This behavior can be said to be:

a. Contingency-shaped
b. Elicited
c. Insensitive to environmental
contingencies
d. Rule-governed

A

d. Rule-governed

learn indirectly without direct contact

95
Q
When a response continues to be
consistent with a rule and the
behavior does not change based on
the actual contingencies despite
exposure to them, this is an
illustration of:

a. Contingency-shaped behavior
b. Insensitivity to contingencies
c. Verbally-mediated behavior

A

b. Insensitivity to contingencies

did not learn as a result from direct contact

96
Q

Several nights later Eric’s roommate, John
is up late working on a project when he
runs out of glue. Eric tells John, “Go to
Walgreens, it is the only store open at this
hour.” John drives directly to Walgreens
and purchases the needed glue. John’s
behavior of driving to Walgreens is an
example of:

a. Contingency-shaped behavior
b. Respondent behavior
c. Rule-governed behavior
d. Verbal behavior

A

c. Rule-governed behavior

learns indirectly without direct contact with consequence

97
Q

Eric has been studying all day for his
Concepts and Principles final exam. It is
now 1:00 a.m. and he needs more index
cards to make SAFMEDS.
 In the past when Eric has attempted to go
buy supplies like index cards this late at
night the only place he found to be open was
a local store called Walgreens.
 Tonight, instead of driving around and trying
to go to the other stores that in the past have
been closed at 1:00am, Eric drives directly to
Walgreens and purchases the index cards.
ASR #91 (continued)

Eric’s driving to Walgreens to
purchase the index cards is an
example of:

a. Contingency-shaped behavior
b. Respondent behavior
c. Rule-governed behavior
d. Verbal behavior

A

a. Contingency-shaped behavior

learns directly from direct contact

98
Q
If one never directly contacts the
contingency of reinforcement or
punishment, but behaves as if they
did as a result of someone explaining
the contingency, this person’s
behavior is said to be:

a. Contingency-shaped
b. Rule-governed
c. Verbal behavior

A

a. Contingency-shaped

99
Q

Rules are:

a. discriminative stimuli that
describe a contingency.
b. function-altering stimuli which
alter the effects of neutral stimuli
so that they function as
discriminative stimuli or
motivating operations.
A
b. function-altering stimuli which
alter the effects of neutral stimuli
so that they function as
discriminative stimuli or
motivating operations.
100
Q

Rules have effects:

a. directly on behavior.
b. on other stimuli that, then, have a
direct effect on behavior as their
function has been altered.

A
b. function-altering stimuli which
alter the effects of neutral stimuli
so that they function as
discriminative stimuli or
motivating operations.
101
Q
Solely as a result of Donny pointing
to a picture of ice-cream in a
magazine, a staff member brings
Donny ice-cream. Is Donny’s
behavior an example of selection based

VB or topography-based VB?

a. Selection-based VB
b. Topography-based VB

A

a. Selection-based VB

involves scanning an array of pictures /word/symbols and selecting on via touch or point

like pecs
Dynovo etc

102
Q
Donny says, “ice-cream.” As a
result, a staff member then gives
Donny ice-cream. Is Donny’s
behavior an example of selectionbased
VB or topography-based VB?

a. Selection-based VB
b. Topography-based VB

A

b. Topography-based VB

produces a unique response from each words such as

vocalization or sign language

103
Q
Donny makes the ASL sign for icecream.
As a result, the staff member
gives Donny ice-cream. Is Donny’s
behavior an example of selection based
VB or topography-based VB?

a. Selection-based VB
b. Topography-based VB

A

b. Topography-based VB

produces a unique response from each words such as

vocalization or sign language

104
Q

___________ Verbal Behavior
is when the listener discriminates what the
speaker is “saying” based on the
topography of the verbal behavior.
or
produces a unique response from each words such as
vocalization and or sign language

A

Topography-based

105
Q

in _____________the speaker selects a stimulus in the
environment by pointing or finding a
picture and handing it to the listener
or
involves scanning an array of pictures /word/symbols and selecting on via touch or point like pecs
Dynovo etc

A

Selection-based Verbal Behavior

106
Q

Saying, “Thank you,” after listener
holds the door open for you.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Mand

107
Q

 I say, “Establishing operation.” Jack
writes “Establishing operation” in his
notebook. Jack’s writing the term I said
is an example of:

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

Codic

108
Q

Jack says, “Ping Pong,” when Roger
asks him, “What’s your favorite game?”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

e. Intraverbal

109
Q

Jack grabs a Ping Pong ball himself
and paddles it.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

g. Non-Verbal Bx

110
Q

Jack writes “Ping Pong” when he
hears Roger say, “Ping Pong.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

d. Codic

111
Q

Jack sees Roger and Mike playing
Ping Pong. Jack says, “Roger and
Mike are playing Ping Pong.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

a. Tact

112
Q

Jack gives Roger a Ping Pong ball
when Roger asks for one.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

f. Receptive Language

113
Q

Jack finger spells “Ping Pong” when he
sees Roger finger spell “Ping Pong.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

c. Duplic

114
Q

Jack says, “Pong,” when he hears
Roger say, “Ping.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

e. Intraverbal

115
Q

Roger asks Jack to play Ping Pong. Jack
says, “Paddle,” even though he sees no
paddle. Roger hands him a paddle.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

b. Mand

116
Q

Opening a window to cool a room.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

g. Non-Verbal Bx

117
Q

Saying, “Sit down,” when a person
stands up and gets in your way at a flick.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

b. Mand

118
Q

Running to your car when you got a
late start for leaving for class.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

g. Non-Verbal Bx

119
Q

Saying, “Taxi,” solely as a result of
seeing one.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

a. Tact

120
Q

Saying, “Open door please,” to listener
when you have your hands full and are
trying to open a door.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

b. Mand

There is an EO

121
Q

Say, “Dylan,” in response to listener
asking for Bob’s last name.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

e. Intraverbal

122
Q

Class starts at 1pm and you are not
wearing a watch. You point to your wrist
and the listener tells you the time.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

b. Mand

There is an EO

123
Q

Say, “Hey,” to someone in the
distance. The listener looks at you
and says, “Hello.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

b. Mand

The EO is its nice to be social that is reinforcing

124
Q

Say, “It’s raining,” when you see it is
raining.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

a. Tact

not sure about this answer ….

125
Q

Say, “Say, ‘Hello,’” when you hear
someone say, “Say, ‘Hello.’”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

a. Tact

126
Q

Write “stop” when you hear someone
say, “Stop.”

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

d. Codic

127
Q

Say, “Coffee,” when you smell it.

a. Tact
b. Mand
c. Duplic
d. Codic
e. Intraverbal
f. Receptive Language
g. Non-Verbal Bx

A

a. Tact

128
Q

Is this receptive language?
Saying, “Nose,” when asked, “What
is that thing above your mouth?”

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

129
Q

Is this receptive language?
Saying, “Nose,” when asked, “What
is that thing above your mouth?”

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

its a intraverbal

130
Q

Intraverbal or Receptive Language?
Giving plastic number 5 when asked,
“Give me 5.”

a. Intraverbal
b. Receptive Language

A

b. Receptive Language

131
Q

Is this receptive language?
Opening the door when asked.

a. Yes
b. No

A

a. Yes

132
Q

Is this receptive language?
Saying, “Now I understand,” after
hearing Kristin explain about EO’s.

a. Yes
b. No

A

b. No

it s a intraverbal

133
Q

Intraverbal or Receptive Language?

Saying, “Brush,” when asked “What
do you use to fix your hair?”

a. Intraverbal
b. Receptive Language

A

a. Intraverbal

134
Q

Receptive language ____ verbal
behavior.

a. is verbal bx
b. is not verbal bx

A

a. is not verbal

135
Q

touching one’s nose

a. is verbal bx
b. is not verbal bx

A

a. is not verbal

receptive language

136
Q

Listener behavior or mediator
behavior are better terms than

a. verbal language
b. receptive language

A

b. receptive language

137
Q

In receptive language the listener dose not mediates consequences for the speaker .

a. True
b. False .

A

b. False

the listener mediates consequence for the speaker

138
Q
Receptive language” is under the
antecedent control of a  m\_\_\_\_\_   to
comply.
Consequence: Social reinforcement
Compliance, following instructions
A

mand

139
Q

Pure mand or multiple control?

Signing, “Toilet,” solely as a result of
sensing a full bladder.

a. Pure mand
b. Multiple control

A

a. Pure mand

140
Q

Pure mand or multiple control?

Signing, “Toilet,” as a result of
sensing a full bladder and seeing the
person next to you sign “toilet.”

a. Pure mand
b. Multiple control

A

b. Multiple control

141
Q

Saying, “Cookie,” as a result of being
food deprived and seeing a cookie in
front of you.

and example of

A

Mand-Tact and

Mand-Tact-Intraverbal