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Text Preview Mario Ezquivel
Psychology Block 4
Mr. Nino
Phobias
A phobia is an intense fear of things, activities, animals or even other people, that is uncontrollable. People suffering from phobias usually suffer from anxiety attacks when they find themselves in the situations, things or the person they have fear of. Phobias are more often gotten through traumatic experiences though some of them are inherent to the victims. If it is untreated, phobias can cause long term damage on the mental and physical health of a person, and in a recent study, it shows that phobias are most common in women and about 19% of women have a phobia. A very common phobia in most people is being embarrassed, especially in social situations. An example of this can be presenting a project in front of your class, asking out a girl, or simply just being embarrassed of a situation.

A lot of hard work from scientist has been made to find the reason, function, explanation and solutions to phobias. They try to find special treatments made for patients with phobias so that they can easily and quickly get rid of them. Different scientific departments dealing with mental health disorders and psychological processes all have different definitions, per say, of the behavioral phenomena and its cause. Scientists in the evolutionary field, who study the evolution of humans, believe that phobias developed through evolutionary processes. Evolution is considered the main role in ensuring the survival of human beings and through adaptation, people subconsciously learn what is dangerous to them and developed a fear of it. Most animals have this instinct. And example can be as simple as a cat. A cat runs away from a dog, because the cat knows the dog is bigger and much stronger than itself, and can possible injure or hurt him. So the best thing the cat can do is run away. The thing is that fear is “pre selected” on an person through constant exposure of person’s ancestry to the of fear. Consequently, a person... Show More

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