Definition of Phobism
1. phobia [n -S] - See also: phobia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phobism
Literary usage of Phobism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Behavior of the Lower Organisms by Herbert Spencer Jennings (1906)
"_To say that an organism shows phobism (Massart), is merely to say that it moves backward; to say that it reacts by ..."
2. The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations by Maurice Parmelee (1913)
"... Many other terms have been apph'ed to the reactions of the lower organisms, such as kinesis, -pathy, -metry, phobism, ..."
3. The Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1905)
"... applies the term taxis only to the phenomenon called by ROTHERT strophic taxis, while the word phobism is proposed for the backward movement called by ..."
4. The Semi-insane and the Semi-responsible: (Demifous Et Demiresponsables) by Joseph Grasset (1907)
"265, apropos of a lecture of Dr. Menard's on diseases of fear and phobism. "See principally Mosso: "La Peur: Etude Psychologique," ..."
5. The Assault: Germany Before the Outbreak and England in War-time; a Personal by Frederic William Wile (1916)
"... whose wife is half-English and whose son is proud of his Oxford degree, and yet has almost led the German Press in the violence of its Anglo- phobism, ..."
6. The Assault: Germany Before the Outbreak and England in War-time; a Personal by Frederic William Wile (1916)
"Count Reventlow, whom it was my pleasure to know intimately, hated England, France and Russia with a ferocity delightful to behold. His Franco- phobism was ..."
7. The Aspirations of Bulgaria by Stojan Protić (1915)
"In the " Almanac of the National Party " for the present year he wrote an article entitled " Russo- phobism with Us " (pp. m-16), in the course of which he ..."