Chronophobia

Chronophobia is described by Pamela Lee as the fear of time. There are three categories of phobia including agoraphobia, social phobia, and specific phobias which includes spiders, snakes, dogs, water, and heights. Rosemary Stolz states that chronophobia falls under the category of specific phobia because time is a specific object that one can fea...
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chronophobia

<psychology> Morbid fear of the duration or immensity of time. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chronophobia

(kron″o-fo┬┤be-ә) extreme, irrational fear of time; a common type is seen in prisoners with long sentences.
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chronophobia

a fear of the passing of time, in the belief that oneself or others are of less importance as a consequence
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chronophobia

chronophobia 1. Discomfort concerning the duration or immensity of time (a common psycho-neurosis of prison inmates). 2. It may be the most common anxiety disorder in prison inmates and is known as, 'stir crazy'; by inmates. As stated in the definition above, this is considered the most common psychiatric disorder in prison inmates, and sooner or...
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Chronophobia

Chronophobia is the fear of time.
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Chronophobia

fear of time and time moving forward
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chronophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: kron′ō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of the duration or immensity of time.
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