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What is fading in behavior modification?

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Dr. Christine Musello answered

Specializes in Clinical Psychology

As it sounds: Fading is slowly diminishing an old behavior while introducing a new stimulus as a replacement. An example might be cutting back on cigarettes, one less per day, while adding walks when the urge to smoke hits.

Answered 11/25/2017

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