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counter-conditioning

Saltos de línea: counter-condition¦ing

Definición de counter-conditioning en inglés:

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[mass noun]
A technique employed in animal training and the treatment of phobias and similar conditions in humans, in which behaviour incompatible with a habitual undesirable pattern is induced. Compare with deconditioning.
Example sentences
  • ‘For example, with counter-conditioning if a dog sees a child running it can be retrained to react by going to its owner for a treat,’ Dr Kase said.
  • Behavioral changes involve activities that change overt behaviors and include counter-conditioning, stimulus control, contingency management, self-liberation, and helping relationships.
  • Desensitization and counter-conditioning are so effective that one can honestly call this problem 99% solvable.

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