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Lecture 1: Fear

In fear conditioning, we need to experience the association between the cue and the stimuli by ourselves.

Which one may be a threat to you…

a spider, or an attacker in a computer game? How do we ‘know’ something is threatening?

And how can we acquire fear? In this video, we will talk more about this.

After this step, you will learn to distinguish between the concepts of fear, anxiety, and catastrophizing, and to identify the situation when these emotional experiences influence your patients during treatment.

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