Psy. mod 14-22

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Your dog is barking so loudly that it's making your ears ring. You clap your hands, the dog stops barking, your ears stop ringing, and you think to yourself, " I'll have to do that when he barks again." The end of the barking was for you a

Answer:
a)  positive reinforcer
b)  negative reinforcer
c)  punishment
d)  primary reinforcer
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Question: Your dog is barking so loudly that it's making your ears ring. You clap your hands, the dog stops barking, your ears stop ringing, and you think to yourself, " I'll have to do that when he barks again." The end of the barking was for you a
Answer:
positive reinforcer
negative reinforcer
punishment
primary reinforcer