# Creativity Webinar Quiz

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• 1.

### Jordan and Eric both see a car race past them. Jordan points out its speed and Eric points out its loud engine. In this scenario, the features represent ________________________________.

• A.

Dimensional control

• B.

Constructional approach

• C.

Abstractional control

• D.

Nonlinear approach

C. Abstractional control
Explanation
In this scenario, Jordan and Eric are focusing on different aspects of the car race. Jordan is pointing out the speed of the car, while Eric is pointing out its loud engine. This suggests that they are both abstracting certain features of the car race to make observations. Therefore, the features represent abstractional control, where they are selectively focusing on specific aspects of the car race.

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• 2.

### Goldiamond's constructionalist approach consisted of:

• A.

A nonlinear way of investigating behavior

• B.

Functional analysis that considered consequences and controlling variables of disturbing patterns

• C.

Functional analysis that considered consequences and controlling variables of alternative patterns

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
Goldiamond's constructionalist approach consisted of functional analysis that considered consequences and controlling variables of alternative patterns, functional analysis that considered consequences and controlling variables of disturbing patterns, and a nonlinear way of investigating behavior. This means that Goldiamond's approach involved analyzing the outcomes and factors that influence both desired and undesired patterns of behavior, and it also emphasized a non-linear perspective in understanding behavior. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the above."

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• 3.

### Goldiamond believed that to fully understand complex behavior, one must

• A.

Focus on one contingency

• B.

Consider entire sets, or matrices, of contingencies

• C.

Exclude private events

• D.

All of the above

B. Consider entire sets, or matrices, of contingencies
Explanation
Goldiamond believed that to fully understand complex behavior, one must consider entire sets, or matrices, of contingencies. This means that in order to understand behavior fully, one cannot focus on just one contingency or exclude private events. Instead, it is necessary to consider the entire range of contingencies that may influence behavior. By examining the various factors and contingencies that contribute to behavior, a more comprehensive understanding can be achieved.

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• 4.

### Both abstractional and dimensional control can be transferred:

• A.

Together

• B.

Independently

• C.

Across different stimuli that vary greatly in appearance

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
Abstractional control and dimensional control can both be transferred together, independently, and across different stimuli that vary greatly in appearance. This means that both types of control can be applied simultaneously, or separately, and can be applied to different stimuli that may have different visual characteristics. This suggests that both abstractional and dimensional control are versatile and can be utilized in various ways depending on the specific situation or task at hand.

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• 5.

### Which of the following is/are true of a systemic intervention?

• A.

It directly addresses the presenting complaint

• B.

Does not require directly addressing the presenting complaint

• C.

Symptoms often drop out after addressing the consequences of patterns other than the presenting complaint

• D.

Both B. and C.

D. Both B. and C.
Explanation
A systemic intervention is an approach that looks beyond the presenting complaint and focuses on addressing the underlying patterns and consequences that contribute to the issue. It recognizes that symptoms often arise as a result of these patterns, and by addressing them, the symptoms may naturally resolve. Therefore, it does not necessarily require directly addressing the presenting complaint. Both statement B and C are true because a systemic intervention focuses on addressing the consequences of patterns other than the presenting complaint, which can lead to a reduction or elimination of symptoms.

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