Latest Arachnophobia Stories
We all have fears, rational or not. Some fear the dark, some fear snakes, and some fear the unknown. Most of us just have to accept our fears and try to live with them. Except, perhaps, if you are a certain 44-year-old business man in the UK.
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Whether it’s a fear of spiders or clowns, phobias can be difficult to overcome. However, new research has revealed that seeing someone else can help to reduce these conditioned fear responses and keep them from resurfacing later on.
A researcher has found that arachnophobia is just as common among experts who work with spiders as it is in the general public.
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According to new research, the bigger the person's arachnophobia, the more likely they perceive the spider is bigger than it really is.
The more afraid a person is of a spider, the bigger that individual perceives the spider to be, new research suggests.
The Flat Huntsman Spider (Delena cancerides) is a species of arachnid that is native to Australia. In New Zealand, where it was accidentally introduced in the early 1920s, this species is known as the Avondale Spider. It is commonly found under loose bark and in woodpiles in colonies of up to 300 individuals. The range of this species in New Zealand has only expanded slowly out of Avondale (a suburb of Waitakere City near Auckland). Species have been found as far down the country as the Otago...
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