posted by lachelle mitchell on .
Suppose that you are dropped off at a large mall without money and merely wander around casually looking at the stores and displays. Later, someone asks you where a particular store is located in the mall. The fact that you can direct the person to the store indicates that __________ has occurred.
c.)stimulus control training
i think it's d.) what about you
hello could someone help me
I have absolutely no idea because I have no idea how your textbook/course materials defines those terms.
Let us in on what those terms mean, and maybe someone here can help.
i don't know either it's psychology cognitive approaches to learning
What class are you taking that they haven't provided you study materials (text or something else) to use BEFORE you are supposed to answer questions like these?
Look up the terms here and you might find good definitions:
stimulus control: Years ago, I went to the bathroom when I felt bladder discomfort. I now go to the bathroom before I get into the car to drive away. That is stimulus control, look it up.
latent learning: you learn something, unconsciously, and apply it later. For instance, I am icing donuts. You take the hot donuts, then trying a knife to spread the icing, and drizzinling it on, and also dunking the donut.
The next time, you let the donuts cool first, and drizzle the warm icing on. Something you learned unconsciously the first time, and applied later.
partial learning. Beats the dickens out of me.
Behavior modification. Through S-R-S-R training, desired behaviors are reinforced with a new stimulus, and new responses are gradually forthcoming, and undesirable response are extinguished over time.
D is my choice!