n. a technique specifically used in behavior therapy. It involves rehearsing behavioral patterns which were initially introduced by the therapist until these are ready to be practiced in real-life situations. Usually, it is a way to modify or improve interpersonal skills and social interactions.

BEHAVIOR REHEARSAL: "Behavior rehearsal is often achieved through modeling and role play."
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