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what do you call is a behavioral technique in which gradual exposure to an anxiety-producing stimulus is paired with relaxation to extinguish the response of anxiety. A. Classical conditioning B. Exposure C. Aversion therapy D. Systematic desensitization
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User: what do you call is a behavioral technique in which gradual exposure to an anxiety-producing stimulus is paired with relaxation to extinguish the response of anxiety. A. Classical conditioning B. Exposure C. Aversion therapy D. Systematic desensitization

Weegy: C. Exposure. This is part of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
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SYSTEMATIC DESENSITIZATION is a behavioral technique in which gradual exposure to an anxiety-producing stimulus is paired with relaxation to extinguish the response of anxiety.
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