In DSM-II, this category is a disorder is called Phobic neurosis

This condition is characterized by intense fear of an object or situation which the patient consciously recognizes as no real danger to him. His apprehension may be experienced as faintness, fatigue, palpitations, perspiration, nausea, tremor, and even panic. Phobias are generally attributed to fears displaced to the phobic object or situation from some other object of which the patient is unaware. A wide range of phobias has been described.



  1. Agoraphobia
  2. Social Phobia
  3. Simple Phobia


See Anxiety Disorders

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