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I have to devise a way to use classical conditioning to cure someone of their fear of flying, then identify conditioned or unconditioned stimuli and resources. I can't come up with ideas.

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  1. OK, I've read one article from Suite101 and phobias are reinforced by classical and operant conditioning.

    Modern day psychologists created treatments like therapy, counseling,neuro-linguistic programming or that teach the brain to reverse the phobia. Is that an example of classical conditioning?

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