fearfulness


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To sum up the results, it can be claimed that the behavioural responses indicating fearfulness, i.e.
lifelike dolls can provide a welcome respite form agitation and fearfulness, especially at night.
Goethe's poem is about the inevitability and fearfulness of death, but this film is unclear whether the alternate reality the boy seeks fulfills his hopes or his fears.
He said the "general meme of fearfulness doesn't help reasoned debate.
This tide of uncertain fearfulness, which seems to be ushering in a period of protectionism which will be bad for trade and the trade-dependent British economy, is still washing around the developed world.
Curiosity soon overcame my fearfulness, as I watched bees go in and out of the hive.
A group in Russia has bred two lines of foxes over three to four decades, selecting one line for fearfulness of and aggression to humans, and the other line for friendliness to humans.
Judge Sandra Crawford accepted his criminal behaviour was borne out of "fearfulness" and handed him a 12-month sentence, which she suspended for two years.
Some behavior, such as nail biting, bed-wetting and fearfulness, may actually represent a temporary phase in normal development....
(Tell me that they don't make you startle!) Genetic influences account for about 50% of the variance in significant fearfulness as evidenced by parent-child patterns, and the fact that monozygotic twins are more highly concordant in fearfulness than dizygotic.
A good-looking new male student shares Clara's interest in astronomy, Hailey sees a chance to develop her art skills in a San Francisco summer program, and decisions about college increase the tension between Clara's fearfulness and Hailey's desire for adventure.