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Tutor profile: Abigail E.

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Abigail E.
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Subject: Psychology

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Question:

Susan lives on a farm with a noisy rooster. Susan would spray the rooster with water each time it crowed. Eventually, the rooster stopped crowing. What type of operant conditioning did Susan use? A) Positive Reinforcement B) Positive Punishment C) Negative Reinforcement D) Negative Punishment

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Answer:

B) Positive Punishment. Susan ADDED (positive) a stimulant (the water) in order to STOP (punishment) an undesirable behavior (crowing). Adding a Stimulant: Positive Removing a Stimulant: Negative To Keep Doing a Behavior: Reinforcement To Stop Doing a Behavior: Punishment

Subject: European History

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During World War I, America declared war against Germany in the year ____.

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Answer:

1917. Following increased tensions and the discovery of an intercepted letter from Germany encouraging Mexico regain territory lost to the U.S. in the Mexican-American War, Congress voted to declare war on Germany on April 6, 1917.

Subject: Anatomy

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Question:

Identify the three bones of the middle ear.

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Answer:

Anatomical Term: Malleus, Incus, Stapes OR Common Term: Hammer, Anvil, Stirrup

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