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1.            Failure to respond to harmless repetitive stimulation is

a.            conditioning

b.            insight

c.            habituation

d.            trial and error

e.            a and b

 

 

2.            A newly hatched duck adopts the first large moving object it sees as its mother

a.            conditioning

b.            insight

c.            habituation

d.            imprinting

e.              a and d

 

3.            Training an animal to respond in a particular way to a stimulus

a.            conditioning

b.            insight

c.            habituation

d.            trial and error

e.            a and b

 

4.            The dominance hierarchy within a group of animals functions to:

a.            reduce competition

b.            limit population numbers

c.            minimize aggression

d.            increase competition

e.            a and c

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.            Defense of an area where important resources for survival are located is termed:

a.            appeasement

b.            home range

c.            aggression

d.            territoriality

e.            b and d

 

6.            The dominant animal in a social hierarchy, such as a wolf pack, is called the:

a.            alpha

b.            general

c.            king

d.            predator

e.            a and d

 

7.         Split-brain experiments reveal that:

a.            the corpus callosum does not transfer the information across the brain.

b.            Either half of the brain can learn independently of the other.

c.            The brain hemispheres have somewhat the exact same capabilities.

d.            Damage to one side is reflected in motor abilities of the opposite side.

e.            b and d

 

 

8.         During the first thirty hours after hatching, a young precocial bird:

a.            loses its fear of novel objects.

b.            decreases its vocalizations in response to novel objects.

c.            increases its tendency to avoid novel objects.

d.            increases its ability to imprint.

e.            C and d.

 

9.         A territory differs from a home range mainly in the fact that:

a.            territories are always bigger than home ranges.

b.            home ranges are always bigger than territories.

c.            territories are used only for mating, home ranges for many activities.

d.            territories are defended, home ranges not.

e.            c and d

 

 

 

 

 

10.       A person with smooth, normal-sounding but incomprehensible speech would be likely to have an injury to:

                a.  the cerebellum.

                b.  the reticular activating system.

                c.  Wernicke’s area of the cerebrum.

                d.  Broca’s area of the cerebrum.

                e.  A and c.

 

11.       A pet dog learns to come running to the owner when it hears the sound of a whistle.  This sound is:

                a.  a releaser.

                b.  a reinforcer.

                c.  an inducer.

                d.  a conditioned stimulus.

                e.  a and d

 

12.       A person with broken but comprehensible speech would be likely to have an injury to:

                a.  the cerebellum.

                b.  the reticular activating system.

                c.  Wernicke’s area of the cerebrum.

                d.  Broca’s area of the cerebrum.

                e.  c and d

 

13.       The corpus callosum is important in  carrying information between the:

                a.  anterior and posterior parts of the brain.

                b.  brain and spinal cord.

                c.  dorsal and ventral halves of the brain.

                d.  right and left hemispheres of the cerebrum.

                e.  a and b

 

14.  The critical or sensitive period is most associated with

a.  imprinting.

b.  operant conditioning.

c.  insight learning.

d.  extinction.

e.  a and c

 

15.  The loss of conditioned behavior after rewards have been discontinued is called

a.  imprinting.

b.  operant conditioning.

c.  insight learning.

d.  extinction.

e.  none of the above

 

16.  The use of previous experience to work through a problem and come to a solution is called

a.  imprinting.

b.  operant conditioning.

c.  insight learning.

d.  extinction.

e.  b and c

 

 

True-False.  2 points each

 

17.   T   F   Red Deer and Elephant Seals exhibit Male dominance polygyny.

 

18.       T   F   An important attribute of animal behavior that suggests conscious thinking is the ability to choose mating partners.

 

19.       T   F   When chimps can use boxes and furniture to reach a suspended banana, their actions are considered among the most convincing cases of animal thinking.

           

20.       T   F   Geese imprinted at an early age to a human will try first to breed with a human only when their own species are not available.

 

21.       T   F   Jackals are obligate cooperative hunters.

           

22.       T   F   Jackals are one of the 40% of mammals in which males and females form long-term pair bonds.

           

23.       T   F   Female jackals that have pups to raise are helped by their male mate as well as her older offspring.

           

24.       T   F   Females of many bird species are drably colored to avoid predation.

 

25.       T   F   Cichlid fish sometimes fight before they can mate.

           

26.       T   F   Rats that have been reared in isolation still exhibit aggressive behavior.

           

27.       T   F   Fighting in animals is usually done between 2 species competing for food.

 

28.   T   F   Parental care in birds is almost always strictly maternal.

 

29.   T   F   Antlers and horns are used by males for fighting to the death.

 

 

30.   T   F   Dunnocks practice 3 of the 4 types of reproductive strategies.

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