- (plural of, claustrophobia)
- Angus Wilson, The World of Charles Dickens (1970) p. 110.
- Gone were the boredoms and of Parliament, the discomforts and pains of high-speed coach travel, however he might later look back on them.
- Otto Fenichel, Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis: International Library of Psychology (1999) p. 202.
- Claustrophobias and fears of suffocation are often specially directed against fantasies of being in the mother's womb.
- David H Barlow, Anxiety and Its Disorders: The Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic (2002) p. 240
- ...48% of patients with animal phobias, 58% of those with social phobias, 61% of those with blood and dental phobias, 69% of those with , and 91% of those with agoraphobias identified direct conditioning histories.
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