The Verbal Operants

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AAH Unit 3 Lesson 1: Verbal Operants
Question #1: B.F. Skinner defines Verbal Behavior as:
Question #2: Which of the following is an example of Verbal Behavior?
Question #3: The following is considered which verbal operant: Wanting a cookie and asking for a cookie
Question #4: The following is considered which verbal operant: Someone asking, "What is sweet that you can eat for dessert?" And you answer “cookie.”
Question #5: The following is considered which verbal operant: Seeing a cookie in the room and labeling it “cookie.”
Question #6: The following is considered which verbal operant: Hearing someone say “cookie,” and you repeating, “cookie.”
Question #7: Which verbal operant specifies its consequence as specific reinforcement?
Question #8: True or false: It is imperative to have a strong working knowledge of the verbal operants in order to create quality Verbal Behavior programs
Question #9: True or false: We call anyone who cannot talk “non-verbal”
Question #10: How many verbal operants should you be able to identify in one minute to be able to be considered “fluent” in naming the operants?
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