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1

What two operations are part of differential reinforcement?

Reinforcement and extinction

2

Which of the following would be an example of differential reinforcement

B

3

Steve is working on increasing his voice volume when he speaks. Robert is his therapist and is developing a procedure to address this. Which of these is a procedure the Best example of differentiation?

B. Robert will reinforce voice volume is greater than 15 dB

4

Select the scenario that is the best example of differentiation.

Donna attend to Appropriate requests and ignore his request that have a whiny tone of voice

5

When teaching a student to tact ,label, Jose the teacher presents a picture of Jose and Tom. This is an example of

Simultaneous discrimination

6

When teaching a student tact Jose, The teacher presents a picture of Jose only. Then the teacher presents a picture of Tom. This is an example of

Successive discrimination

7

When Ian is in the waiting room with mom, he jumps on the chairs and is really loud. When Ian is in the waiting room with dad, he walks in nicely sits next to his dad and waits for the staff to come get him. In regards to inappropriate waiting room behavior:

Mom functions as the SD and dad functions as the S Delta, S^

8

In dance class, a teacher models shuffle ball change and a dance students imitate shuffle ball change. The teacher is a

A. Plan Model
B. Unplanned model
C. Both a and B
D. Neither a nor b

A. Planned a model

9

The birthday girl breaks into Gangnam style dance moves. The birthdate attendees all follow suit. The birthday girl is a

Planned model

Unplanned model

Both a and B

Neither A North B

Unplanned model

10

Sam is having trouble getting out of bed in the morning. The therapist therefore, implement the following procedure: prior to asking Sam to get up, the therapist deliver us several easy to follow instructions such as, give me five, and how are you this morning? When Sam follow these instructions, the therapist deliverance praise. What procedure is this?

Premack principle
Contingency specifying stimuli
High probability request sequence
Response deprivation

High probability request sequence

11

The high probability request sequence is an antecedent manipulation. True or false

True

12

Give an array of five stimuli, the teacher instructs Carlos to give him the item he watches on TV.

Listener responding by feature
Listener responding by function
Listen at responding by class
Receptive identification

Listener responding by function

13

Even an array of five fruits, the teacher instructs Carlos to give him the item that is yellow and has a Pio

Listen responding by feature,
Listener responding by function
Listener responding by class
Receptive identification

Listener responding by feature

14

Given an array of six items, the teacher instructs Carlos to give him the vehicle.

This is an example of listen to responding by…

Class

15

Any discrimination procedure using differential outcomes, all correct responses are followed by the same consequence.

True or false

False

16

What is the difference in traditional and differential outcomes discrimination training procedure?

A. And traditional discrimination training the consequence is the same for all correct responses and in differential Alcom is the consequence depends on the stimulus

B. And traditional discrimination training, the consequence is different for all correct responses and in differential Alcom is the consequence varies for all correct responses.

A

17

Differential outcomes should be used when:

A. A learner has difficulty with auditory processing disorder
B. The typical discrimination procedures have not been effective
C. The typical discrimination procedures are taking too long to show an affect
D. Both A and B
E. Both a B and C

Both B and C

18

What is a discrete trial?

a. Discrete trials involved to term instructional trials that involve the learn his response any consequence

B. Discrete trials are typically conducted in naturally occurring situations

C. Discrete trials usually involve a single trial in a given situation

D. This retrials involve three term instructional trials that involve an antecedent stimulus to learn his response and a consequence

D.

19

NET May result in…… And,……

Stimulus generalization and induction