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A cage containing male mosquitoes has a small earphone placed on top, through which the sound of a female mosquito is played. All the males immediately fly to the earphone and go through all of the steps of copulation. What is the best explanation for this behavior? – Through classical conditioning, the male mosquitoes have associated the inappropriate stimulus from the earphone with the normal response of copulation. – The reproductive drive is so strong that when males are deprived of females, they will attempt to mate with anything that has even the slightest female characteristic. – The sound from the earphone irritates the male mosquitoes, causing them to attempt to sting it. – Copulation is a fixed action pattern, and the female flight sound is a sign stimulus that initiates it.
– Copulation is a fixed action pattern, and the female flight sound is a sign stimulus that initiates it.
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Some dogs love attention, and Frodo the beagle learns that if he barks, he gets attention. Which of the following might you use to describe this behavior? – The dog is trying to protect its territory. – The dog has been classically conditioned. – The dog’s behavior is a result of operant conditioning. – The dog is displaying an instinctive fixed action pattern.
– The dog’s behavior is a result of operant conditioning.
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When a graylag goose makes the motion to move an egg back to its nest, even though the egg has been removed, it is executing ___. a. Problem solving b. Paternal care c. Habituation d. A fixed action pattern
10) In testing a hypothesis that “territorial defense in European robins is a fixed action pattern that is released by the sight of orange feathers,” researchers found that robins defended their territory by attacking anything that was of similar size and had an orange patch. What experiment would you perform next to determine that the color initiated the defense response? A) Repeat the experiment using a blue patch instead of an orange patch. B) Repeat the experiment by removing the patch completely. C) Repeat the experiment by using a model of a robin that was twice the size of a normal robin but with a small orange patch. D) Repeat the experiment by using a model of a robin that had an orange patch that was twice the size of a normal patch.