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5,530 Possible Causes for Fear

  • Phobia

    People may fear heights, flying, spiders, blood, water, and any other number of circumscribed objects or situations.[] […] right ACC under conditions of sustained fear.[] Fear of flying increased and fear of injections decreased as a function of age in women but not in men.[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    The findings rather imply that the fear of being laughed at is a symptom characteristic for both SAD and APD.[] We identified nine patterns of anxious arousal across groups that we further clustered into three groups: fear habituation, fear plateau, and fear increase.[] The level of fear is usually inappropriate to the situation and may cause the person to avoid common, everyday situations.[]

  • Panic Attacks

    BACKGROUND: Non-fearful panic attacks constitute a subgroup of panic attacks without the experience of subjective fear.[] Participants included 122 community members (81% women) with a history of at least one panic attack who participated in a larger study on fear.[] BACKGROUND: Panic attacks (PA) and panic disorder (PD) as well as fearful spells only (FS-only, attacks of anxiety not meeting full criteria for PA or PD) increase the risk[]

  • Mixed Anxiety and Depressive Disorder

    This isn't true - many individuals experience both depression (such as sadness, lack of interest, negativity, inactivity) and anxiety (excessive worrying, racing thoughts, fear[] For example, the onset of depressive symptoms can be so disconcerting that the fear of the onset itself can lead to high levels of Anxiety.[] Background, evaluation and case diagnosis A 36-year-old man comes to the clinic directly referred by his doctor for his problems of dizziness and for fear of undergoing a[]

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

    These findings support the hypothesis that fear extinction is impaired in PTSD.[] Of interest to the current paper is that such brain regions are also implicated in empirical research focusing on fear extinction.[] Scientists have found genes that contribute to memories of the fear. Stathmin is a protein needed to form fear memories.[]

  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

    Paranoid personality disorder typically manifests as an irrational fear or paranoia that someone is planning to harm you.[] , Phobias, Chronic Anxiousness Avoidant Personality Disorder – Pervasive Social Inhibition, Feeling of Inadequacy, Fear of Being Criticized or Rejected Borderline Personality[] The condition is diagnosed when the person fears this to such an extent that it has started to impact on their work, personal or social life.[]

  • Social Phobia

    The SPS assesses fear of being scrutinised during routine activities (eating, drinking, writing, etc.), while the SIAS assesses fear of more general social interaction, the[] Existing models ignore variance due to the different social contexts where social fears are expressed.[] The mean number of feared social situations was 2.73 out of the 6 assessed.[]

  • Overeating

    Her fear that her child might eat too much was believed to be a projection of the mentality characteristic of anorexia nervosa on to her child, which would justify labeling[] The pain of worry, fear, anger, stress, doubt—all of which are normal feelings that are universal to us as humans.[] Sometimes this includes intense feelings - terror, panic, and fear.[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Anxiety is that primal emotion (i.e. fear response) that we get when we feel threatened in some way.[] ), zoophobia (fear of animals), xenophobia (fear of strangers), algophobia (fear of pain), and claustrophobia (fear of closed places).[] But this thrill-seeking behavior is sometimes framed as a “fear” of intimacy or commitment.[]

  • Hysteria

    The real problem is a combination of fear and hysteria that can lead even the best and the brightest to do something — anything — to at least appear to be protecting the public[] Learner's definition of HYSTERIA [ noncount ] 1 : a state in which your emotions (such as fear) are so strong that you behave in an uncontrolled way A few of the children[] 1 a state of extreme excitement, fear or anger in which a person, or a group of people, loses control of their emotions and starts to cry, laugh, etc.[]

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