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Previous experience of managed [[stress]] can have a protective effect. Such stress innoculation has been shown to reduce negative reactions in similar experiences as it can provide [[confidence]] and perhaps some skills that can be employed to [[cope]] with later more severe difficulties. {{cn}}
 
Previous experience of managed [[stress]] can have a protective effect. Such stress innoculation has been shown to reduce negative reactions in similar experiences as it can provide [[confidence]] and perhaps some skills that can be employed to [[cope]] with later more severe difficulties. {{cn}}
   
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[[Stress Inoculation Training]] is structured [[Behavior therapy]] approach to providing these benefits
   
 
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Stress inoculation is an aspect of resilience Previous experience of managed stress can have a protective effect. Such stress innoculation has been shown to reduce negative reactions in similar experiences as it can provide confidence and perhaps some skills that can be employed to cope with later more severe difficulties. [citation needed]Stress Inoculation Training is structured Behavior therapy approach to providing these benefits

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