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In which form of therapy is unwanted behavior systematically associated with unpleasant experiences? A) electroconvulsive therapy B) systematic desensitization C) cognitive therapy D) aversive
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User: In which form of therapy is unwanted behavior systematically associated with unpleasant experiences? A) electroconvulsive therapy B) systematic desensitization C) cognitive therapy D) aversive conditioning

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User: A token economy represents an application of the principles of A) operant conditioning. B) systematic desensitization. C) humanistic therapy. D) classical conditioning.

Weegy: : A token economy represents an application of the principles of A) operant conditioning. B) systematic desensitization. C) humanistic therapy. D) classical conditioning.
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