Pediophobia

Pediophobia, also known as the fear of dolls, is a relatively common kind of phobia. It is an anxiety disorder that can be associated with a range of dolls from old-fashioned china dolls and porcelain dolls to dolls that talk and move. Pediophobia is considered a branch of automatonophobia, or a fear of humanoid figures. ==Causes of pediophobia== ...
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pediophobia

<psychology> Morbid fear aroused by the sight of a child or of a doll. ... Origin: G. Paidion, a little child, + phobos, fear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Pediophobia

fear of dolls (a branch of automatonophobia: fear of humanoid figures)
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pediophobia

pediophobia A morbid fear aroused by the sight of a child or of a doll.
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Pediophobia

Pediophobia is the fear of dolls.
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pediophobia

pediophobia, pediphobia, pediaphobia, pedophobia An abnormal terror or fear of infants, dolls, or young children.
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pediophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: pē′dē-ō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear aroused by the sight of a child or of a doll.
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