Thirty phobic and thirty nonphobic individuals are shown slides of either fear-inducing scenes or non-fear-inducing scenes. Measures of brain functioning (PET scans and electroencephalogram) show higher levels of arousal in phobic individuals, but only when they observe the fear-inducing slides.;What type of research is illustrated here?;Why do you think it is this type of research method?;What are the strengths of this type of research?;What are the weaknesses of this type of research?
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