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A list of Phobias - Over 200 different phobias with short definitions.
Agoraphobia by MEDLINEplus - updated by Christos Ballas, M.D.,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center,
Agoraphobia, European Description - The ICD-10 Classification of
Mental and Behavioural Disorders. World Health Organization, Geneva, 1992
Agoraphobia Without Panic Disorder - Professional information about
the various psychotherapy models as well as pharmocological treatments for
BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: DSM-IV: Agoraphobia Without History of Panic
Disorder - Avoidance or anxiety related to open spaces or any place
outside of one's home or a safe zone but unrelated to Panic Disorder
characterize this Anxiety Disorder.
BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: DSM-IV: Specific Phobia - Individuals
suffering from this Anxiety Disorder experience phobia or unreasonable
fear or anxiety in connection with exposure to specific objects or
situations and because of this avoid them whenever possible. Examples
include: claustrophobia (small spaces), acrophobia (heights), and
Fear of Flying Information - This page offers information about this
phobia, with links to pages on treatment options, flight facts, and
LearningMethods Library - Conquering the Fear of Heights - Eillen
Sellam describes the simple process that liberated her from the fear of
heighs and other fears.
Specific Phobia - A phobia is a fear which is caused by a specific
object or situation. The fear may be by the actual presence of, or by, the
anticipation of the presence of that object or situation. Anxiety,
triggered by the fear, may approach the intensity of panic. PsychNet.UK.
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