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fear of crowds
National Institutes of Health
Agoraphobia without a History of Panic Disorder
Phobic anxiety disorder
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The New Ochlophobia?
John P. McCormick
Republicanism and the Future of Democracy
Corpus ID: 159209955
Ramsey and Joyce on deliberation and prediction
Corpus ID: 52289647
Can an agent deliberating about an action A hold a meaningful credence that she will do A? ‘No’, say some authors, for…
Voting as a Counter-Strategy in the Blame Game
Corpus ID: 43929580
Politicians are constantly at risk of being blamed. They make decisions that affect large constituencies, and they are ascribed…
The cover. Rites of spring-olympic offerings (Recto).
T. B. Cole
Corpus ID: 205033568
Rites of Spring-Olympic Offerings (Recto) (cover), by the American artist Marguerite Thompson Zorach (1887-1968), follows the…
FIFA 2014 WORLD CUP: Brazil’s Unending Headache: An Economic Investment that Challenges the Country’s Future
Bruna Almeida Lopes Barreto
Corpus ID: 150489040
Brazil is soccer. The game is so deeply ingrained in daily life in Brazilian identity and self-esteemthat they define each other…
Curriculum in the Age of Globalization.
Corpus ID: 141862677
When Canadian students are asked their perceptions of Mexico, their answers are filled with stereotypes from the media. When they…
Influence of adolescent social crowds on the development of vocational identity
John A. Johnson
Corpus ID: 2191486
Abstract A major gap in Holland's theory of vocational identity has been specification of the developmental antecedents of the…
A Rhetorical Analysis of Selected Sermons by Sam Jones During His Emergence as a National Figure, 1872-1885.
Corpus ID: 149241113
With an inimitable style out of the rural south, peppered with caustic, biting criticism and practical illustrations, Sam Jones…
A note on the relative prevalence of phobic reactions in an Iranian psychiatric population.
Acta psychiatrica Belgica
Corpus ID: 40379724
Ths study was undertaken to investigate the prevalence of phobic reactions among the patients referred to the University of…
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