panphobia

(redirected from Nonspecific fear)

panphobia

 [pan-fo´be-ah]
fear of everything; a vague and persistent dread of some unknown evil.

pan·pho·bi·a

(pan-fō'bē-ă),
Fear of everything.
[pan- + G. phobos, fear]

panphobia

/pan·pho·bia/ (pan-fo´be-ah) fear of everything; vague and persistent dread of an unknown evil.

panphobia

[-fō′bē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, pan + phobos, fear
an anxiety disorder characterized by an irrational fear of everything. Also called panophobia, pantophobia. panphobic, adj.
Morbid fear of everything

panphobia

Psychiatry A morbid fear of everything
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In addition, environments can inhibit--they can trigger nonspecific fears if they are unfamiliar or over- or understimulating.

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