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What is the prefix of agoraphobia?

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Agora is the prefix, phobia is the suffix.

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Any of the phobias use this root (arachnophobia, agoraphobia, etc.).

One example of a suffix is agoraphobia. Agora being the stem or prefix, while phobia is the suffix.

I will not feed your agoraphobia- let's go out- somewhere , anywhere!Agoraphobia is not to be taken lightly.

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Agoraphobia. *Agoraphobia is the fear of the open doors not the fear of open doors.

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the man had agaraphobia so he never went out I developed agoraphobia as the result of getting lost in a public park when I was five.

A rear of open spaces.having agoraphobia is dreadful because you wouldn't even be able to leave your house.

Agoraphobia - 2011 II was released on: USA: 17 October 2011 (internet)

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Treating agoraphobia is more difficult than other phobias because there are often so many fears involved

it is called agoraphobia.

The origin of the word agoraphobia goes back to 1873 when it was first discussed in the Journal of Mental Science. It derives from Greek and it translates to fear of the marketplace.

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It can be considered as social phobia and/or agoraphobia.

Agoraphobia, fear of open spaces.

Actually agoraphobia, psychologically defined, is the fear of being outside, something terrible happening and having no immediate assistance or refuge. == == agoraphobia: more specifically, fear of crossing or being in the midst of open spaces, which are "outside." yes it is called agoraphobia

Agoraphobia is the fear of public or open spaces. More particularly, agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder characterised by an uneasiness, fear or dread about leaving familiar surroundings. This may include a reluctance to travel, particularly on public transport, or to be in crowded places. It is often associated with severe physical symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks. Agoraphobia is a condition related to anxiety, depression, panic and other phobias.Agoraphobia is a condition where the sufferer becomes anxious in environments that are unfamiliar or where he or she perceives that they have little control. Further information is linked to the reference below.Agoraphobia is a fear of people. People who suffer from agoraphobia typically never leave home, because even the thought of being in a car where people can see them is scary for them. It is typically brought on by some sort of anxiety disorder or OCD and progresses into an absolutely disabling condition.

There is not a specific fear of open bodies of water. This fear would fall under the category of agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is a fear of wide, open spaces.

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