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behavior therapy

noun

, Psychology.
  1. a form of therapy emphasizing the correction of a person's undesirable behavior through Pavlovian conditioning, aversive therapy, or similar learning techniques.


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Origin of behavior therapy1

First recorded in 1955–60

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