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36201352-0816064539-The-Encyclopedia-of-Phobias-Fears-And-Anxieties (1)

36201352-0816064539-The-Encyclopedia-of-Phobias-Fears-And-Anxieties (1)

CONTENTS Preface v

CONTENTS Preface v Acknowledgments vii Introduction: A Historical Overview of Phobias ix Entries A to Z 1 Resources 519 Bibliography 529 Index 543

  • Page 2 and 3: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHOBIAS, FEARS,
  • Page 6 and 7: PREFACE v This encyclopedia explore
  • Page 8: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We appreciate the c
  • Page 11 and 12: x Introduction and phobics from the
  • Page 13 and 14: xii Introduction ples are the fears
  • Page 15 and 16: xiv Introduction an undue fear of a
  • Page 17 and 18: xvi Introduction eased brain or a f
  • Page 19 and 20: xviii Introduction of psychotherapy
  • Page 22 and 23: A abandonment, fear of Fear of the
  • Page 24 and 25: acculturation, fear of 3 ing immigr
  • Page 26 and 27: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  • Page 28 and 29: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  • Page 30 and 31: acupuncture 9 acrophobia A fear of
  • Page 32 and 33: adoption 11 addicted; however, stud
  • Page 34 and 35: adultery 13 mation may bring to the
  • Page 36 and 37: affective disorders 15 tion. An ind
  • Page 38 and 39: aggression 17 a high risk of death
  • Page 40 and 41: agoraphobia 19 MAIN EFFECTS OF AGOR
  • Page 42 and 43: agoraphobia 21 some report relative
  • Page 44 and 45: agoraphobia 23 Some agoraphobics de
  • Page 46 and 47: agoraphobia 25 Agoraphobia and Alco
  • Page 48 and 49: agoraphobia 27 involves exposing th
  • Page 50 and 51: aichurophobia 29 ments representing
  • Page 52 and 53: alcoholism 31 are dependent on alco
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    allergies 33 See also ANIMALS, FEAR

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    Alzheimer’s disease 35 alliumphob

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    Alzheimer’s disease 37 as well as

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    amnesiophobia 39 Untreated hyperten

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    anger 41 elements may be more affec

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    animals, fear of 43 the throat area

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    antianxiety drugs 45 sciousness, an

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    antidepressants 47 hypothesis is th

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    antimanic drug 49 • broad bean po

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    anxiety, basic 51 on an object, sit

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    anxiety disorders 53 ANXIETY-RELATE

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    anxiety disorders 55 Following are

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    anxiety disorders 57 SELF-REPORT OF

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    anxiety drugs 59 Post-traumatic Str

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    arches, fear of 61 or everything, t

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    arthritis 63 arthritis. A diagnosis

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    asthma 65 junction with psychothera

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    atephobia 67 medication and how muc

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    attention-deficit/hyperactivity dis

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    autoimmune disease 71 their theorie

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    aversions 73 EFFECTS OF AUTONOMIC N

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    Ayurveda 75 behavior, such as runni

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    B babies, fear of Some people fear

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    ald, fear of becoming; baldness, fe

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    ats, fear of 81 barophobia Fear of

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    ehaviorism 83 bed-wetting Bed-wetti

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    ehavior therapy 85 that gradually e

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    eing looked at, fear of 87 Operant

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    eta-blocking agents 89 person has b

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    inge drinking 91 abuse,” said Ame

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    iological markers 93 feedback equip

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    ipolar disorder 95 contribute to bi

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    irth control 97 motions of birds an

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    lood (and blood-injury) phobia 99 p

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    lood transfusions, fear of 101 bloo

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    ogeyman, bogyman, bogey, and bogy 1

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    oredom, fear of 105 Rubin, Rhea Joy

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    east cancer 107 women of other race

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    east cancer 109 If lymph nodes were

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    eathing 111 gen into body cells and

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    upropion 113 brontophobia Fear of t

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    “butterflies in the stomach” 11

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    caffeine 117 Caffeine inhibits gluc

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    caregivers 119 bon dioxide-provoked

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    cats, fear of 121 etiology of PHOBI

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    chemoceptors 123 central nervous sy

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    child abuse 125 Each year, the Admi

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    childhood, anxieties, fears, and ph

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    China 129 Marks, Isaac, Fears, Phob

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    cholesterol, fear of 131 useful in

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    chronic fatigue syndrome 133 Sympto

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    cibophobia 135 Rudley, Lloyd D.,

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    claustrophobia 137 individual delay

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    clothing, fear of 139 duced more in

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    codependency 141 substance known as

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    cohabitation 143 cognitive behavior

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    colors, fear of 145 viduals, whethe

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    communication 147 communication Pro

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    complementary therapies 149 categor

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    computers and anxiety 151 Weil, And

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    confrontation 153 inal fluid and th

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    control 155 In psychiatry, the term

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    coronary artery disease 157 Stone a

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    counseling 159 themselves better. S

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    crisis 161 or group activities. Pas

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    cross-cultural influences 163 vider

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    cross-cultural influences 165 may b

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    cyclones, fear of 167 fined, becaus

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    D daemonophobia See DEMONOPHOBIA. d

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    deafness 171 or light. Some agoraph

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    decisions, fear of 173 of dentistry

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    demons, fear of 175 deipnophobia Se

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    dental anxiety 177 Studies show tha

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    dental anxiety 179 SAMPLE ITEMS FRO

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    depersonalization disorder 181 5. L

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    depression 183 of depression among

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    depression, adolescent 185 of both

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    developmental stages 187 niques tha

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    diagnosis 189 The chart on pages 18

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    diagnostic criteria 191 (which is q

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    disabilities 193 There are dangers

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    divorce 195 independently. Psychoan

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    dogs, fear of 197 result of phobias

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    doorknob phobia 199 lack of practic

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    dreams, fear of 201 DEPRESSION. To

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    dry mouth 203 MONOAMINE OXIDASE INH

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    dysthymic disorder 205 their behavi

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    E earthquakes, fear of Individuals

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    eclecticism 209 food at one time. I

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    ejaculation 211 SUMMARY OF SOME EGO

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    emphysema 213 of six to 12 treatmen

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    enclosed spaces, fear of 215 fewer

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    endogenous depression 217 Your endo

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    Erikson’s psychosocial stages 219

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    evil eye, fear of 221 trol. On the

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    existential therapy 223 3. intentio

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    Eye Movement Desensitization and Re

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    Eysenck Personality Inventory 227 C

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    falling, fear of 229 tales because

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    fat, fear of being 231 family influ

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    Fear Inventory or Fear Survey Scale

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    febriphobia 235 7. Being a passenge

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    fibromyalgia 237 felinophobia See C

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    fire, fear of 239 Cold weather, ext

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    flying, fear of 241 habit. Fear of

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    folk healers 243 TIPS ON HOW TO FLY

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    friends 245 free association A ther

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    G GABA See GAMMA-AMINO BUTYRIC ACID

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    generalized anxiety disorder 249 ge

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    gestalt therapy 251 geniophobia Fea

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    God, fear of 253 global warming The

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    grief reaction and grief resolution

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    gynephobia 257 Depending on their c

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    Hakomi 259 hair loss is also symbol

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    hardiness 261 Gwinnell, Esther, M.D

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    headaches 263 who are most successf

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    headaches 265 side and behind the e

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    headaches in children 267 associate

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    heart disease, fear of 269 spouse w

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    hemorrhoids 271 Marks, Isaac M., Fe

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    herpes simplex virus 273 individual

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    hives 275 Abraham Harold Maslow (19

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    home, fear of returning 277 Kanfer,

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    homeopathy 279 that these rarely, i

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    hopelessness 281 Van Tilburg, Miran

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    hospitals, fear of 283 Vasopressin,

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    hot flashes, fear of 285 Rahe also

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    humor as anxiety relief 287 creativ

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    hyperthyroidism 289 ism can be meas

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    hypnosis 291 HYPERVENTILATION-RELAT

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    hypothyroidism 293 sity, in that th

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    hysteria 295 to be hypothyroid, and

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    I iatrogenic illness An illness ind

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    implosion/implosive therapy 299 imm

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    individual psychology 301 much, too

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    infinity, fear of 303 and motility,

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    integrity groups 305 ness of unders

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    iophobia 307 TAKING ANXIETIES OUT O

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    J Japan, stress in See KAROSHI. Jap

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    justice, fear of 311 often exhibite

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    koniophobia 313 that they are not u

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    L L-5-Hydroxytryptophan A drug used

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    lavatories, public, fear of 317 an

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    learning disabilities 319 ing becau

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    lice, fear of 321 leprosy, fear of

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    listening 323 fear of light and sha

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    live-in 325 individual fits the bip

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    lonely, being, fear of 327 dealing

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    lutraphobia 329 function normally.

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    M machinery, fear of Fear of machin

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    marijuana 333 Effects of Marijuana

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    massage therapy 335 Massage therapy

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    Maudsley Personality Inventory 337

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    medomalacophobia 339 Learning to Me

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    mental disorder, fear of 341 names

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    migration 343 mesmerism An archaic

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    minor fears 345 According to Herber

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    mist, fear of 347 Mirrors have been

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    moon, fear of 349 monophobia Fear o

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    motion, fear of 351 See also FATHER

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    music, fear of 353 Pasternack, Stef

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    N nail biting A difficult habit to

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    neurosis 357 nities for success, an

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    nocturnal panic 359 have this fear

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    nutrition 361 nosophobia Fear of di

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    O obesophobia Fear of gaining weigh

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    obsessive-compulsive disorder 365 s

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    onomatophobia 367 resulting from an

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    outer space, fear of 369 with the o

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    P pagophobia Fear of ice or frost.

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    panic, panic attacks, and panic dis

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    parenting 375 See also BEHAVIOR THE

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    penis captivus, fear of 377 pediaph

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    performance anxiety 379 still may e

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    personal space 381 THEORIES ABOUT P

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    phobia 383 nets or trombones, motor

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    phobic disorders 385 Unlike specifi

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    plague, fear of the 387 organically

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    politicians, fear of 389 poetry as

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    post-traumatic stress disorder 391

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    post-traumatic stress disorder 393

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    primal therapy 395 fluid to detect

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    prostate cancer 397 Edmund Jacobson

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    prostate cancer 399 Staging means t

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    psychodiagnostics 401 As prostituti

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    psychoneuroimmunology 403 themselve

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    psychoneuroimmunology 405 Michigan

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    psychosurgery 407 vaginalis often i

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    pyrophobia 409 of communication ope

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    Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy 4

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    eflexology 413 and take action in t

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    elatives, fear of 415 can be physic

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    emarriage 417 In a training program

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    etirement, fear of 419 strategies t

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    Rolfing 421 meaningless or that are

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    S sacred things, fear of Fear of sa

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    schizophrenia 425 extreme form of a

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    school phobia 427 There is a differ

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    seasonal affective disorder 429 or

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    self-efficacy 431 Most of us guard

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    self-psychology 433 than younger pe

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    sensory integration disorder 435 sh

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    sex therapy 437 SAMPLE ITEMS FROM T

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    sexual harassment 439 castration an

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    sexually transmitted diseases (STDs

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    shift work 443 While this arrangeme

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    shyness 445 Excessive shopping shar

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    signal anxiety 447 Relieving Anxiet

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    sleep 449 ops. Unlike other maligna

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    slips of the tongue, fear of 451 mi

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    snakes, fear of 453 the areas of av

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    somatization 455 social phobias, an

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    spheksophobia 457 space travel, fea

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    sport anxiety 459 their former fear

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    stealing, fear of 461 ratings and h

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    stimulus properties 463 quiet, that

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    stress 465 of crowds. Many agorapho

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    stress 467 MANAGING STRESS Learn to

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    sublimation 469 arteries or veins o

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    suicide, fear of 471 an attitude or

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    suicide, fear of 473 suicidal thoug

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    support groups 475 puts people at g

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    symbolism, fear of Fear of symbolis

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    systematic desensitization 479 symp

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    480 systematic desensitization grad

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    T tabophobia Fear of a wasting sick

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    482 taste, fear of drugs that cause

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    telephone, fear of the 483 Personal

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    484 teletophobia should not have be

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    TERRAP 485 ment of AGORAPHOBIA and

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    486 terrorism recovering people. Pa

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    therapeutic touch 487 caused by a t

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    488 thermophobia How the Technique

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    tic 489 of the month. Because this

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    490 tied up, fear of being becomes

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    tornadoes, fear of 491 tocophobia F

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    492 touched, fear of being See also

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    transfusion, fear of blood 493 at a

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    494 transitional object transitiona

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    twins, fear and phobias in 495 ized

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    496 Type A behavior pattern for anx

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    U UFOs, fear of Individuals and gro

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    498 unconditional positive regard I

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    urinary incontinence 499 not based

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    500 urinary incontinence the weaken

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    urinating, fear of 501 See also BED

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    V vaccination, fear of Fear of vacc

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    venustaphobia 503 count. Over 200 v

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    504 verbal slips verbal slips See S

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    voodoo, fears in 505 conscience, th

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    W waits, fear of long Fear of long

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    weight loss, fear of 507 water, fea

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    508 werewolves See also ANOREXIA NE

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    wind, fear of 509 In some cultures,

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    510 wine, fear of may be afraid tha

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    workplace violence 511 symptoms tha

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    512 workplace violence management a

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    workplace violence 513 to kill him.

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    514 worms, fear of Kahn, Ada P., En

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    writing, fear of 515 staying away f

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    X Xanax An anxiolytic and antidepre

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    Y yoga Many individuals attempt to

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    Z zelophobia Fear of jealousy. See

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    RESOURCES Acupuncture See Complemen

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    520 Resources Bethesda, MD 20892 (3

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    Resources 521 New York, NY 10007 (2

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    522 Resources Feldenkrais Education

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    Resources 523 American Art Therapy

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    524 Resources Depression and Relate

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    Resources 525 Boston, MA 02116 (617

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    526 Resources (866) 627-6464 (Toll-

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    Resources 527 (415) 472-3780 http:/

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIE

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    Bibliography 531 BINGE DRINKING Bre

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    Bibliography 533 Negative Cognition

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    Bibliography 535 Weil, Andrew. Eigh

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    Bibliography 537 Siegel, Bernie. Lo

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    Bibliography 539 PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOL

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    Bibliography 541 Freudenberger, Her

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    544 Index agoraphobia (continued) d

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    546 Index Anxiety Sensitivity Index

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    548 Index bogeyman (bogyman; bogey;

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    550 Index cometophobia 146 comets,

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    552 Index despair 282 developmental

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    554 Index error, fear of 220, 261 e

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    556 Index gestalt psychology 215, 2

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    558 Index imagery 371-372. See also

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    560 Index masked depression 334 Mas

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    562 Index obsessive-compulsive diso

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    564 Index phobic reaction 386 phobo

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    566 Index remembering, in abreactio

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    568 Index small objects, fear of 2,

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    570 Index telephonophobia 483-484 t

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    572 Index women (continued) glass c

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