stress inoculation

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stress in·oc·u·la·tion

in clinical psychology, an approach intended to provide patients with cognitive and attitudinal skills that they can use to cope with stress.

stress inoculation

a procedure useful in helping patients control anxiety by substituting positive coping statements for statements that bring about anxiety.
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