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How might one develop a fear of flying? Please come up with scenarios involving conditioning.

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Fear of flying can form through steps involved in classical, or Pavlovian conditioning, which is an associative form of learning. Pairing of the two stimuli endows one of them with the ability to act as a signal for the ...

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