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53. A child is conditioned to fear a furry, black cat. Soon she becomes fearful of any black, furry object. Her new response demonstrates

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A child is conditioned to fear a furry, black cat. Soon she becomes fearful of any black, furry object. Her new response demonstrates

  1. spontaneous recovery.
  2. negative transfer.
  3. stimulus generalization.
  4. operant conditioning.

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3. stimulus generalization.

 
Posted : 16/01/2022 2:22 pm
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