Applications of CC
Systematic desensitization Flooding Graduated exposure Aversion therapy
Terms in this set (7)
a form of learning based on the repeated association of two (or more) different stimuli; learning is only said to have occurred when a particular stimulus consistently produces a response that it did not previously produce.
a learning process through which stimuli and responses become associated with one another.
a type of exposure therapy that involves bringing an individual into direct contact with an anxiety or fear-producing stimulus and keeping them in contact with it until the conditioned response is extinguished.
a therapeutic technique used in the treatment of disorders involving fear and anxiety during which an individual is gradually exposed to increasingly similar stimuli that produce the conditioned response and, ultimately, to the conditioned stimulus itself
a reaction by an organism to a stimulus; in the three-phase model of operant conditioning, a voluntary behaviour that occurs in the presence of a discriminative stimulus
a behaviour therapy technique that attempts to replace an undesirable response, such as fear, with a relaxation response through conditioning; the individual learns to associate being relaxed with the fear-arousing stimulus through a series of graded steps
a form of behaviour therapy that applies classical conditioning processes to inhibit or stop undesirable behaviour by associating it with an unpleasant stimulus such as feeling of disgust pain or nausea.
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