Xenophobia is the fear or hatred of anything that is strange or foreign. Problem-solving xenophobia is observed to be quite common.
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Like some other phobias, problem-solving xenophobia is induced by unfortunate experiences. The material presented on these Web pages serves as a preventive vaccine for this particular phobia. The causative agents of problem-solving xenophobia are pervasive and mutate rapidly, so the forces that induce problem-solving xenophobia are quite resistant to change. However, concept-based problem solving is effective against all existing strains of agents that induce problem-solving xenophobia and is sufficiently versatile that it will provide protection against future strains as they arise as well existing strains that have become multi-drug resistant.
The use of concept-based problem solving to eradicate this phobia will become standard practice but it takes time for fundamental change to occur. Hence it is referred to here as
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