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(p. 165) Phobias of Storms, Water, Choking, and Vomiting 

(p. 165) Phobias of Storms, Water, Choking, and Vomiting
(p. 165) Phobias of Storms, Water, Choking, and Vomiting

Martin M. Antony

, Michelle G. Craske

, and David H. Barlow

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date: 31 May 2020

Chapter 14 focuses on phobias of storms, water, choking, and vomiting, and presents an overview of the treatment for these phobias, including the identification or triggers, behaviours, and thoughts, and techniques to confront the feared situations of these specific phobias through exposure.

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