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Pavlov
Supports classical conditioning (salivating dogs).
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Mowrer
Two process theory of phobia: acquisition-maintenance model.
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Davy
Disuputes CC and OC (7% spider phobics).
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Barlow
Supports classical conditioning. 'Cures' 50% of homosexuals.
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Krasnogorsky
Supports classical conditioning. (Pavlov but on orphans).
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Watson and Raynor
Supports CC in acquisition of phobias and stimulus generalisation (Little Albert).
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Skinner
Supports operant conditioning and made 'Skinner box'.
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Thorndike
Supports operant conditioning and law of effects (cat in puzzle box).
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Bandura
Supports social learning theory and vicarious learning (Bobo doll).
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Mineka and Cook
Supports evolutionary theory of phobia and SLT (monkeys scared of snake but not flower).
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Becker
Supports social learning theory (eating disorders in Fiij).
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Harlow
Supports evolutionary theory of phobias 9monkeys with no mothers).
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Lieb
Supports social learning theory as children more likely to have social phobias if their parents do.
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McGrath
Supports systematic desenstitsation in case study of 9 year old girl. 7/10 fear to 3/10 fear of balloons.
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Ost
Supports systematic desensitisation. Anxiety reduced in 90% patients after one session.
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Brosnan and Thorpe
Supports systematic desensitisation with technophobes.
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Toozandehjani
Supports combination of SD and assertiveness training.
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Inglesias and Inglesias
Used hypnosis-aided SD on driving phobics and after a year they had no recurring symptoms.
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Willis and Edwards
Supports systematic desensitisation with mice fear. More effective than flooding.
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Mealia and Mawas
Supports systematic desensitisation and found flooding to be useless for snakes.
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Boulougouris, Mark and Marset
Supports flooding over SD as effects lasted a year.
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Cover-Jones
Case study (Little Peter) found SD to be useful for rabbits.
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Capafons
Supports SD in treatment for fear of flying. 10% showed no change, but everyone else did.
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Stampfl
Supports flooding (associating fear with relaxation).
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Barett
Disputes implosion therapy with snakes (girl with insomnia).
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Mott
Supports flooding with 20 veterans with PTSD, 85% had reduction, 5% dropped out.
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Wolpe
Supports flooding for ******* a drive.
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Two process theory of phobia: acquisition-maintenance model.

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Mowrer

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Disuputes CC and OC (7% spider phobics).

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Supports classical conditioning. 'Cures' 50% of homosexuals.

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Supports classical conditioning. (Pavlov but on orphans).

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