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I liked it. But I messed up the first 6 mark question and the 2 mark before it. It was about conditional procedures, and I’ve never heard the term before. Any ideas?
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I liked it. But I messed up the first 6 mark question and the 2 mark before it. It was about conditional procedures, and I’ve never heard the term before. Any ideas?
Conditional procedures is a form of therapy in which classical or operant conditioning is used. The methods which you could’ve spoken about were flooding or systematic desensitisation. I used systematic desensitisation as there was more to say about it, but flooding would’ve worked as well.

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Conditional procedures is a form of therapy in which classical or operant conditioning is used. The methods which you could’ve spoken about were flooding or systematic desensitisation. I used systematic desensitisation as there was more to say about it, but flooding would’ve worked as well.

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i did the same but i did flooding as 6 mark despite me generally being better at describing and evaluating systematic desensitisation, but that was me trying to challenge myself because learning is my fav topic in psychology
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OMG I MESSED UP i did aversion therapy. i left that question last and i panicked. but the workbook i was using had Aversion Therapy under the category of treating phobias using conditioning..
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OMG I MESSED UP i did aversion therapy. i left that question last and i panicked. but the workbook i was using had Aversion Therapy under the category of treating phobias using conditioning..
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OMG I MESSED UP i did aversion therapy. i left that question last and i panicked. but the workbook i was using had Aversion Therapy under the category of treating phobias using conditioning..
Really? I’m interested. How is aversion therapy used to treat phobias? My understanding was that aversion therapy is effectively used to condition you into having a physical phobia of a stimulus, if you can call it that. I’m not sure how it’d be used to treat phobias but please do correct me if I’m wrong.
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OMGG i messed up i accidentally did Aversion therapy for that question, cause in the workbook i used, aversion therapy came under treating phobias using operant conditioning section. Well, thats 6 marks i've lost..
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