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Chapter 29 Vocabulary Review
For Questions 1–8, match the term with its definition.
1. A behavior applied to a new situation from
something that was learned previously in another
A. behavior
B. innate behavior
2. The process by which an animal decreases or stops
its response to a repetitive stimulus that neither
rewards nor harms the animal
D. habituation
C. learning
E. classical conditioning
3. A behavior learned through an association with a
positive or negative experience
F. operant conditioning
G. insight learning
4. Acquiring changes in behavior during one’s lifetime
H. imprinting
5. The process by which some animals follow the first
moving object they see during a critical period in their
early lives
6. A behavior that appears in fully functional form the
first time it is performed, even though the animal has
had no previous experience
7. A form of trial-and-error learning
8. The way an organism reacts to stimuli in its
For Questions 9–13, complete each statement by writing the correct word or words.
9. The behavior used to attract a mate is called
10. The area that animals occupy and defend against competitors is their
11. Any threatening behavior is a form of
12. A
is the term for a group of animals of the same species that interact.
13. Helping a relative survive may be explained by the theory of
Write the letter of the correct answer on the line at the left.
14. What are behavioral cycles that occur daily?
A. circadian rhythms
C. migration
B. courtship
D. learned behaviors
15. Each year, green sea turtles travel back and forth between their feeding and
nesting grounds. This is an example of
A. kin selection.
C. hibernation.
B. circadian rhythms.
D. migration.
16. The system that combines sounds, symbols, and gestures to communicate
meaning is
A. society.
C. language.
B. kin selection.
D. territory.