phobic reaction

phobic reaction

See phobia.
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When he finally observed his own phobic reaction, he was able to interrupt himself with a rubber-band snap and recall a past successful call.
A person can have a phobic reaction to anything, and as a result there are some very colourful and interesting phobic conditions, including nephophobia (fear of clouds), aulophobia (fear of flutes), to name a few.
She says she also developed "a phobic reaction towards the police" and thought of suicide.
While this is odd enough, since she has never had a fear of the water, she also begins to have nightmares and odd memories about drowning and an increasingly un-explainable phobic reaction to the water.
This is not to deny that Warhol may have had phobic responses to AIDS; but Flatley implies something much more insidious - that not explicitly announcing the word "AIDS" is tantamount to having a phobic reaction to it.
She has an almost phobic reaction to the thought of being incarcerated.
She had post traumatic stress disorder and phobic reactions left her "paralysed with fear".
He concluded, "If someone with phobic reactions to spiders is seeking help from a psychologist, the therapy will be much more successful if it occurs in multiple different contexts rather than just in the psychologist's office.
The goal of this paper is to systematically and critically review evidence on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy for emesis, analgesia, and anxiolysis in acute pain, specifically in procedures with an emphasis on the period from 1999 to 2006, Further, it aims to provide a theoretical rationale for the use of hypnosis with cancer populations in the whole spectrum of illness/treatment trajectory in several clinical contexts, Finally, a treatment protocol for management of overt anxiety and phobic reactions in the radiotherapy suite is presented, with the intent of having such a protocol empirically validated in the future.
Blend fine historical insights with a fun survey of present-day phobic reactions to the number 13 from the stock market to missing skyscraper floors, and you have Nathaniel Lachenmeyer's 13: The Story Of The World's Most Popular Superstition, a lively survey of the quirky foundations of the number 13, which considers 13 unlucky 13s from 13 perspectives in 13 chapters.
However,I do agree with same sex registers and cannot envisage how this could be viewed as enticing homo phobic reactions.