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6 May, 09:43

A therapist tells a patient who is afraid of elevators that his rapid breathing while on an elevator is not due to fear but is a natural consequence of too little oxygen in a small, enclosed space. with this new interpretation of his arousal, the patient no longer dreads elevators. the reduction in the patient's fear is best understood in terms of:

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  1. 6 May, 11:12
    The reduction in the patient’s fear is best understood in terms of the two factor theory. The two factor theory focuses more on having factors that are likely to be a cause of something that occurs within an individual in which these factors may depend on the individual’s performance.
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