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Can someone define when a person is taking for example benzodiazepines and got addicted cause it abolished the anxiety what would this be?

positive, negative reinforcement?
classical or operant conditioning?

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Anxiety goes away as i take medication.....negative renforecement
Addiction>>>the behaviour is increased(taking pills) because the anxiety(stimulus) goes away>>neg reinforcement

thats what i have understood correct me if m wrong
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thanks!!! i was thinking the exact way. just wanted to confirm it.
yes thats definitely it.
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