It would appear from that result that fear is driving or altering the perception of the feared
object, in this case a spider," said Vasey, also the director of research for the psychology department's Anxiety and Stress Disorders Clinic.
1 -- color) Karate instructor Sam Flores, goofing around with Cole Massie, 9, at the Glendale YMCA, at first feared
he couldn't teach a boy in a wheelchair.
Second, change should affect relevant policies: as at least suggestive evidence, the contrast between a presidential administration eager to urge that fear should be feared
, and one insistent on developing color codes to signal how much fear should be generated, certainly warrants consideration.
A 1990 study asked a group of men and women what they feared
most about speaking to groups of people.
57% of the Americans polled feared
the IRS more than God (30%)
writes, "As I, like many of you, watched ABC chronicle the passing from one century to the next, I could not help but wonder what those who feared
the worst were thinking.
The first involves introducing people to the feared
It is widely believed in middle-class America that lesbians are not to be feared
in the same way as gay men because the former are less likely to flaunt their sexuality in public.
Some subjects received a type of psychological retraining, in which they explore the irrationality of their fears with psychologists, practice feared
activities and then reenter social situations.