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Who proposed the two process model as a behavioural approach to explaining phobias?
Hobart Mowrer (1960)
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Aquisition by classical conditioning
Unconditioned stimulus (UCS) produes a fear response, UCS then associated with neutral stimulus
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Who conducted the little albert study? (Aquisition by classical conditioning)
Watson and Rayner
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Maintenance by operant conditioning
Avoidance of phobic stimulus reinforced by anxiety reduction so the phobia is maintained
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Systematic desensitisation: anxiety hierarchy
A list of situations ranked for how much anxiety they produce
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Systematic desensitisation: relaxation
relaxation includes imagery and/or breathing techniques
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Systematic desensitisation: exposure
Exposed to phobic stimulus whilst relaxed at each level of the anxiety hierarchy
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Flooding: what is it?
Exposes patients to a very frightening situation without a build-up
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Flooding: How does it work?
Works by extinction of the conditioned fear response
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Flooding: ethical safeguards
Patients must give informed consent to and be prepared for flooding
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