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counterconditioning

noun coun·ter·con·di·tion·ing \-kən-ˈdi-sh(ə-)niŋ\

Definition of COUNTERCONDITIONING

:  conditioning in order to replace an undesirable response (as fear) to a stimulus (as an engagement in public speaking) by a favorable one

First Known Use of COUNTERCONDITIONING

1962

counterconditioning

noun coun·ter·con·di·tion·ing \ˌkant-ər-kən-ˈdish-(ə-)niŋ\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of COUNTERCONDITIONING

:  conditioning in order to replace an undesirable response (as fear) to a stimulus (as an engagement in public speaking) by a favorable one

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