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'''Experimental neurosis''' is produced in the laboratory by putting subjects in a situation where they are required to make discriminations or produce [[problem solving]] responses that are beyond their capacity to produce. This is a [[learned helplessness]] paradigm when aversive stimulation consistently follows their inevitable failures.
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==See also==
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*[[Experimental psychoses]]
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[[Category:Learned helplessness]]
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[[Category:Neurosis]]

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Experimental neurosis is produced in the laboratory by putting subjects in a situation where they are required to make discriminations or produce problem solving responses that are beyond their capacity to produce. This is a learned helplessness paradigm when aversive stimulation consistently follows their inevitable failures.

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