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

PREFACE v This

PREFACE v This encyclopedia explores in depth diverse aspects of phobias, fears, and anxieties. Information on these subjects has developed along with our knowledge of other areas of mental health. Just as our understanding of the human psyche is far from complete, so too is our understanding of the origins and management of phobias, fears, and anxieties. This second edition explores additional life areas related to anxieties as well as many complementary approaches. This book deals with experiences we all have at times but that for some of us become a persistent and sometimes devastating problem. Although we don’t fully understand the causes of the problem, or why some people are more susceptible to it than others, we have been more fortunate in treating phobias, fears, and anxieties. Behavioral therapies have been shown to be particularly effective, and self-help techniques are flourishing. Drugs have also been useful, but the biochemical and physiological mechanisms underlying phobias, fears, and anxieties are still only partially understood. It is clear that anxiety and related disorders are much more than a physical or even behavioral response alone. The complex nature of the problem confronts the clinician and researcher at every turn. In preparing the contents of The Encyclopedia of Phobias, Fears, and Anxieties, we were guided by several purposes. First, we wanted to be inclusive rather than restrictive, and thus we were quite liberal in choosing entries. For example, some entries (such as fears of voodoo, magic, etc.) are sociocultural in emphasis rather than psychological, in order to present a broad perspective. Some entries concern esoteric manifestations of phobias but are included for purposes of depth. Most of the known technical names of specific phobias are defined and described to the extent that information is available from the literature of psychology and psychiatry. Entries range from descriptions of symptoms to explanations of treatments for the disorders, from some concepts of historical interest to some self-help suggestions for phobic individuals. The Encyclopedia of Phobias, Fears, and Anxieties is intended for both lay readers and health-care professionals. We have tried to use easy-to-understand language without becoming overly simplistic, so that the book can be used by psychologists, social workers, teachers, and family members as well as by individuals who are facing phobias, fears, or anxieties. To give the book an added usefulness for phobic individuals, we have carefully selected some self-tests and self-help suggestions (such as how to relieve a fear of flying). Our suggestions are general, but references are included for more complete and specific self-help approaches in each entry. Professionals will find this a convenient reference guide for short descriptions of concepts they want to explain to patients or clients, and for details they may seek in the course of their own writing, teaching, or counseling. For all who seek information to this field, we hope The Encyclopedia of Phobias, Fears, and Anxieties will prove a valuable source of information not otherwise available in one place.

vi Preface Space limitations have dictated conciseness; to assist readers seeking additional information, we have included in many entries references to relevant books and journal articles. We have also included an extensive bibliography at the end of the book. Preparing this book has given us a deeper appreciation of humanity’s struggle with the elusive force within. We hope that you, too, find it enlightening. —Ronald Manual Doctor, Ph.D. Northridge, California —Ada P. Kahn, Ph.D. Evanston, Illinois

  • Page 2 and 3: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHOBIAS, FEARS,
  • Page 4: CONTENTS Preface v Acknowledgments
  • Page 10 and 11: INTRODUCTION: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
  • Page 12 and 13: Introduction xi The primary differe
  • Page 14 and 15: Introduction xiii of control she ha
  • Page 16 and 17: Introduction xv Victorian Literatur
  • Page 18 and 19: Introduction xvii therapy, current
  • Page 20: ENTRIES A to Z
  • Page 23 and 24: 2 abreaction have a medical examina
  • Page 25 and 26: 4 acerophobia Pachter, Lee M., “P
  • Page 27 and 28: 6 acquired immunodeficiency syndrom
  • Page 29 and 30: 8 acquired immunodeficiency syndrom
  • Page 31 and 32: 10 addiction, fear of alter chemica
  • Page 33 and 34: 12 adoption people. Many infertile
  • Page 35 and 36: 14 advantage by illness advantage b
  • Page 37 and 38: 16 affective disorders episode may
  • Page 39 and 40: 18 aging, fear of many reasons, inc
  • Page 41 and 42: 20 agoraphobia SYMPTOMS AND WORST F
  • Page 43 and 44: 22 agoraphobia into their restricte
  • Page 45 and 46: 24 agoraphobia COGNITIONS IN AGORAP
  • Page 47 and 48: 26 agoraphobia Agoraphobics who hav
  • Page 49 and 50: 28 agoraphobia Involvement of spous
  • Page 51 and 52: 30 AIDS, fear of AIDS, fear of See
  • Page 53 and 54: 32 alektorophobia • the persisten
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    34 allergies or chocolate), or bee

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    36 Alzheimer’s disease research i

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    38 Alzheimer’s disease • wander

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    40 amphetamines amphetamines Amphet

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    42 angina pectoris Physiological ch

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    44 animals, fear of wild and frogs.

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    46 antibiotics antibiotics Drugs us

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    48 antidepressants different types

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    50 antipsychotic drugs antipsychoti

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    52 anxiety, cognitive vs. somatic T

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    54 anxiety disorders ANXIETY-RELATE

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    56 anxiety disorders their homes, a

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    58 anxiety disorders SELF-REPORT OF

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    60 anxiety hierarchy the individual

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    62 arithmophobia structures. Arches

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    64 arthritis is the injection of a

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    66 asthma or intrinsic, in which th

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    68 attachment theory attachment the

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    70 attitude, fear issues must be ad

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    72 automation own body for the enem

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    74 aversion therapy aversion to fuz

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    76 Ayurveda A characteristic elemen

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    78 bacilli, fear of the looming fai

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    80 bald people, fear of bald people

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    82 battle fatigue Most bats have ga

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    84 behavior modification 1958), who

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    86 behavior therapy Like desensitiz

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    88 being oneself, fear of gaze of o

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    90 biased apperception abruptly. Ra

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    92 biodynamic psychology American J

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    94 biorhythms chemicals from the th

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    96 birds, fear of inconsequential o

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    98 birthdays, fear of According to

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    100 blood donating, fear of is know

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    102 blushing, fear of blushing, fea

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    104 bogyphobia spirit will punish t

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    106 botonophobia botonophobia Fear

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    108 breast cancer breast lump. The

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    110 breathholding spells The side e

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    112 bridges, fear of and behavior t

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    114 bureaucracy, fear of It is some

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    C cacomorphobia Fear of fat people.

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    118 cainophobia yohimbine, a drug w

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    120 carnophobia may best be met. Co

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    122 causality cause one to become v

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    124 chemotherapy, fear of chemocept

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    126 childbirth, fear of Office of J

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    128 childhood, anxieties, fears, an

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    130 chins, fear of of treating anxi

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    132 chrematophobia HIGH CHOLESTEROL

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    134 chronic illness chronic illness

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    136 circadian rhythms circadian rhy

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    138 cleaning many reasons why indiv

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    140 clouds, fear of is usually asso

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    142 coffee The codependent is speci

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    144 cohort and stress when division

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    146 combat fatigue, battle fatigue,

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    148 commuter marriage explains that

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    150 complementary therapies diagnos

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    152 condensation on their computers

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    154 congestive heart failure lytic

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    156 control group flying do so beca

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    158 coronary-prone Type A behavior

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    160 counterconditioning countercond

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    162 criticism, fear of Longer term

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    164 cross-cultural influences guilt

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    166 crossing a bridge in general ma

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    168 cyclophobia See also AIR, FEAR

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    170 dasein analysis man word meanin

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    172 death, fear of Causes of Hearin

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    174 deconditioning deconditioning A

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    176 demophobia victims of demonic p

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    178 dental anxiety (most often the

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    180 dental anxiety visible or audib

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    182 depersonalization neurosis that

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    184 depression medications. Electro

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    186 depth, fear of Sadness Extreme

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    188 developmental stages DEVELOPMEN

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    190 diagnosis of the disorder. Ther

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    192 diaphragmatic breathing emphasi

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    194 disease, fear of denying oursel

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    196 dizziness, fear of problem in t

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    198 dogs as anxiety therapy sometim

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    200 dopamine because the individual

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    202 dream symbols See also CONDENSA

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    204 dryness, fear of of asking the

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    206 dystychiphobia between dysthymi

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    208 eating disorders number of male

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    210 ecophobia, oikophobia of though

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    212 Electra complex to embarrassmen

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    214 Employee Assistance Programs di

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    216 encounter group therapy canal,

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    218 endorphins event. Endogenous de

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    220 erotophobia erotophobia Fear of

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    222 evocative therapy spitting, whi

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    224 exogenous depression Existentia

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    226 eyes, fear of EXPOSURE THERAPY

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    F fabrics, fear of certain Fear of

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    230 false statements, fear of have

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    232 father-in-law, fear of father-i

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    234 fears, childhood 18. High place

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    236 feces, fear of FEAR QUESTIONNAI

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    238 fibromyalgia extreme difficulty

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    240 fish, fear of fish, fear of Fea

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    242 flying, fear of avoid flying be

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    244 food fears the advent of formal

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    246 frigidity tranquil with age, po

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    248 gambling, fear of; compulsion a

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    250 “generational anxiety” she

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    252 geumaphobia, geumophobia, geuma

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    254 going crazy, fear of with a hig

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    256 group therapy Cocoanut Grove ni

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    H habits and habit strength Learned

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    260 Halloween, fear of It promotes

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    262 harpaxophobia to anxiety-buffer

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    264 headaches Foods and alcohol Foo

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    266 headaches by making blood vesse

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    268 healing touch and their parents

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    270 heart rate in emotion condition

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    272 herbal medicine bleed, causing

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    274 herpetophobia A serious complic

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    276 HIV positive Many infections ca

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    278 homelessness in later years. So

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    280 homeostasis Homeopathic Hospita

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    282 hoplophobia For example, hopele

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    284 hostages hospitals, the stress

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    286 hot lines Some women have hot f

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    288 hurricanes, fear of Shared humo

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    290 hyperventilation Survey (NHANES

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    292 hypnotic drugs is ordered to gi

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    294 hypothyroidism hypothyroidism.

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    296 hysterical disorder to denote p

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    298 illness phobia contributing to

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    300 impotence, fear of rather than

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    302 infants, fear of create his or

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    304 informed consent have terms def

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    306 intergenerational conflicts Int

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    308 iprindole iprindole An antidepr

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    310 journaling have a mentor or fri

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    K kainophobia (kainotophobia) Fear

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    314 kosmikophobia kosmikophobia Fea

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    316 lakes, fear of to study the rel

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    318 lawyers lawyers There are extre

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    320 learning theory Hoy, Cheri, Noe

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    322 life change events in people am

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    324 lithium carbonate and reinforce

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    326 lizards, fear of benefit of mar

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    328 longitudinal study loneliest of

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    330 lygophobia lygophobia Fear of b

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    332 manic-depressive disorder manic

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    334 marital therapy contrary to its

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    336 mass hysteria stiff neck or bad

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    338 meat, fear of personality. The

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    340 medorthophobia medorthophobia F

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    342 mental retardation mentally ill

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    344 milieu therapy mourning process

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    346 mirroring mirroring A BEHAVIOR

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    348 mites, fear of which can create

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    350 Morita therapy medieval Europe,

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    352 motivation Marks, I. M., Fears,

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    354 music as anxiety therapy became

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    356 nature v. nurture controversy v

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    358 neurotic disorders acts, dissoc

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    360 noise, fear of Nocturnal panic

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    362 nyctophobia weight. Hence one

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    364 obsessive-compulsive disorder d

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    366 ochlophobia This speculation oc

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    368 opening one’s eyes, fear of o

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    370 overeating Unidentified flying

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    372 pain, fear of imagery is a form

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    374 panphobia (Lexapro), and citalo

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    376 parents-in-law, fear of childre

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    378 penis fear sexual intercourse.

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    380 personal filth, fear of ASTHMA

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    382 phagophobia PERSONALITY DISORDE

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    384 phobia of many phobic disorders

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    386 phobic neuroses fears of specif

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    388 plants, fear of is through cont

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    390 pollution, fear of authority or

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    392 post-traumatic stress disorder

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    394 potamophobia Bower, Gordon H.,

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    396 primal trauma author of The Pri

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    398 prostate cancer fear dying from

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    400 prostitutes, fear of • What c

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    402 psychodrama Classification of m

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    404 psychoneuroimmunology TABLE OF

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    406 psychophobia psychophobia See M

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    408 psychotherapy the relief of pai

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    R rabies A virus-produced disease t

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    412 rationalization Ellis wrote a b

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    414 regression of communication to

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    416 relaxation because of the emoti

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    418 repeating members may make it o

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    420 rhabdophobia See also AGING, FE

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    422 room full of people, fear of tr

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    424 “scared stiff” “scared st

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    426 school phobia A tragic conseque

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    428 sciaphobia, sciophobia many oth

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    430 secondary depression XL) was ap

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    432 self-esteem highly not only wit

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    434 self-rating scales The Restorat

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    436 separation anxiety Biel, Lindse

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    438 sexual abuse, fear of counselin

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    440 sexual intercourse, fear of Fit

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    442 sexual perversions, fear of ten

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    444 shock, fear of University emerg

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    446 sibling relationships new peopl

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    448 simple phobia individual does n

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    450 sleep The fear may also be rela

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    452 slowness, compulsive slowness,

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    454 snow, fear of recording, he obs

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    456 somniphobia April 1992, in any

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    458 spiders, fear of spiders, fear

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    460 spying, fear of are watched by

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    462 steep places, fear of will stea

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    464 stings, fear of not useful, it

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    466 stress best treatment is to get

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    468 stress inculation be one with w

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    470 success, fear of tual drives, s

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    472 suicide, fear of inability to m

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    474 sun and sunlight, fear of THE S

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    476 supportive psychotherapy or soc

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    478 symbolophobia lution. These rea

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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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    530 Bibliography Reekum, Robert van

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    532 Bibliography Husain, Syed Arsha

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    534 Bibliography Flying.” J. Beha

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    536 Bibliography ———. Creatin

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    538 Bibliography Turkington, Carol.

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    540 Bibliography SOCIAL PHOBIAS (Se

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    INDEX A abandonment, fear of 1 abdo

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    Index 545 Valium 502 Xanax 516 anti

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    Index 547 behavior rehearsal 84 beh

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    Index 549 anxiety disorders of chil

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    Index 551 cunnilingus, fear of 144-

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    Index 553 for phobias xvii-xviii pl

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    Index 555 flatulence, fear of 88, 2

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    Index 557 hippopoptomonstrosesquipp

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    Index 559 Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth 2

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    Index 561 motivation 352 motorphobi

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    Index 563 papophobia 297 Pappenheim

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    Index 565 insight in 305 latent con

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    Index 567 self-help groups 305-306,

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    Index 569 back pain from 78, 79 bre

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    Index 571 tyramine 14, 264, 496 tyr

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