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Fear of Tourette syndrome (branch of ataxophobia, kakologophobia and pathophobia). Tourettephobia

Fear of allergies (branch of ataxophobia and pathophobia). Allergiphobia

Fear of alzheimers (branch of ataxophobia and pathophobia). Alzheimerianuphobia

Fear of anaphylaxis (branch of pathophobia). Anaphylaxophobia

Fear of Heart attacks (Branch of ataxophobia and pathophobia). Angionophobia

Fear of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (branch of ataxophobia). Autisticaphobia

Fear of ADHD (branch of ataxophobia). Aydehadophobia

Fear of multiple strains of coronavirus (branch of pathophobia). Coronaphobia

Fear of coronavirus (branch of pathophobia). Coronophobia

Fear of sexually transmitted disease (branch of cyprinophobia). Cypridophobia

Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease (branch of cyprianophobia). Cypriphobia

Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease (branch of pathophobia). Cyprianophobia

Fear of painful bowels movements (branch of pathophobia). Defacaloesiophobia

Fear of dementia (branch of pathophobia). Dementiaphobia

Fear of skin disease (branch of pathophobia). Dermatosiophobia

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Psychology term of the day

July 26th 2021


The English suffixes -phobia, -phobic, -phobe (from Greek φόβος phobos, "fear") occur in technical usage in psychiatry to construct words that describe irrational, abnormal, unwarranted, persistent, or disabling fear as a mental disorder (e. g. agoraphobia), in chemistry to describe chemical aversions (e.