This AP Psychology practice test covers learning. For your AP exam you will need to know about classical conditioning, operant conditioning, cognitive processes, social learning, and biological factors. Try our free quiz to prepare for the AP Psychology learning questions.
Law of Effect
None of the above
Being paid by the week
Getting a reward for good behavior once in a while
Getting paid for each time-share you sell
When a dog gets a treat every time it sits on command
Winning money at a slot machine
Law of effect
Law of exercise
It has a long-range inhibitory effect upon behavior.
It is effective as a means of extinction.
It is effective in behavior control without undesirable side effects.
It is effective specifically in cases of retroactive inhibition.
Its inhibitory effect is only short-range, and the general behavior tendency remains essentially unchanged.
In addition to practice, there must be reinforcement.
In addition to reinforcement, there must be reward.
Neither practice nor reward is important to learning.
Something learned with reinforcement can never be extinguished.
Practice alone produces learning.
Spontaneous recovery occurs after a period with no exposure to either the conditioned response or unconditioned response, whereas reconditioning occurs after re-exposure to pairings of the conditioned stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus.
Spontaneous recovery occurs for biologically prepared associations, whereas reconditioning can occur with any arbitrary learned association.
Spontaneous recovery refers to classical conditioning and reconditioning refers to operant conditioning.
Spontaneous recovery refers to positive reinforcement and reconditioning refers to negative reinforcement.
The two terms are synonyms; there is no difference.
Conditioned emotional response