the theory that the pairing of an anxiety-provoking stimulus with anxiety-reducing reactions will weaken the association between the stimulus and the anxiety.
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Inhibit vs. ProhibitThough both words have similar definitions, inhibit and prohibit aren’t interchangeable. In general, someone is inhibited by internal feelings or prohibited by an external source.
- reciprocal exchange,
- reciprocal insurance,
- reciprocal leveling,
- reciprocal transfusion,
- reciprocal translocation,
Origin of reciprocal inhibition
First recorded in 1905–10
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