SET 1 - Chapter 12 - Behavior - Princeton

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Section 1

Question Answer
A dog learns that if it brings the newspaper into the house each evening it gets a bone.Operant conditioning
A bird treats the human it saw when it first hatched as its mother.Imprinting
A frog squeezes the swollen belly of a female frog to release eggs. Fixed-action pattern
A cockroach learns to run from light because every time a light comes on someone tries to step on it. Operant conditioning
A man wishes to turn a screw and, having no screwdriver, realizes that he can use the edge of dull knife as a substitute.Insight learning
A cat runs into the kitchen and looks for food when it hears the electric can opener. Classical conditioning
A bird puffs up its brightly colored chest to attract a mate. Fixed-action pattern

Section 2

Question Answer
A chemical released that causes an organism’s own heart rate to increase is an example of a ———————hormone
Roots growing toward the earth is described as ———————gravitropism. positive
A rooster crowing in the morning is an example of a ———————rhythm. circadian
Growth of a plant toward light is called ———————phototropism
Bacteria that release chemicals to draw other bacteria toward a food source are releasing ———————pheromones
Athlete’s foot is the common name that describes a fungal infection of the skin of the feet, especially between the toes. The skin becomes cracked and sore. This is an example of a———————relationship. parasitic
Epiphytes are small plants that grow on the branches of big trees. The epiphytes are exposed to sunlight, and the big tree is neither helped nor harmed. This is an example of a ———————relationship. commensalistic
Any two organisms living in an intimate association with each other are said to be in a———————relationship. symbiotic
An ivy growing along a trellis is an example of ———————thigmotropism