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1. How do most learning theorist explain learning?

Most learning theorists look at learning as a process that mediates behavior, that there is some underlying mechanism that explains how learning occurs.
2. What is the definition of Applied Behavior Analysis?

Applied Behavior Analysis is the application of behavior principles to personal and social problems in the world. Mattini (1996) defined behavior analysis as the science of "things done".
3. What is the basic assumption of Behavior Analysis?
The basic assumption of behavior analysis is: We do what we do because of what happens to us.
4. What are the two types of learning associated with Behavior Analysis?

The two types of learning that occur are Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning.
1. How do most learning theorist explain learning?

Most learning theorists look at learning as a process that mediates behavior, that there is some underlying mechanism that explains how learning occurs.
2. What is the definition of Applied Behavior Analysis?

Applied Behavior Analysis is the application of behavior principles to personal and social problems in the world. Mattini (1996) defined behavior analysis as the science of "things done".
3. What is the basic assumption of Behavior Analysis?
The basic assumption of behavior analysis is: We do what we do because of what happens to us.
4. What are the two types of learning associated with Behavior Analysis?

The two types of learning that occur are Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning.
5. What is an Unconditioned Stimulus? What does it cause?

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6. What is a Neutral Stimulus? What is the initial effect of it's presentation?

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7. What is a Conditioned Stimulus? What is it's relationship to a Neutral Stimulus?

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8. What is the relationship between an Unconditioned Response and a Conditioned Response?

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9. What is the sequence of conditioning in the Classical Conditioning process?

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10. What is the ABC model of Operant Conditioning?

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11. What are antecedents?

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12. What are discriminative stimuli?

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13. What are consequences?

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14. Define positive, negative, and neutral consequences.

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15. Consequences can be either ________ or ________ following a behavior.

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