Definition of Counter conditioning
1. Noun. Conditioning in which a second incompatible response is conditioned to an already conditioned stimulus. "Counter conditioning lies behind many of the procedures used in behavior therapy"
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Literary usage of Counter conditioning
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1. Assessing Alcohol Problems: A Guide for Clinicians and Researchers by John P. Allen, Megan Columbus (1997)
"Initially, 6 items were used to tap each of 11 processes of change (eg, self-liberation, counter-conditioning, environmental réévaluation). ..."
2. The Sex Offender: Current Treatment Modalities and Systems Issuesby Barbara K Schwartz by Barbara K Schwartz (2002)
"A case of exhibitionism treated by counter-conditioning. Adolescence, 8(30), 213—218 Loy, PH, & Stewart, L. R (1984). The extent and effects of the sexual ..."