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Ten Ways to Interpret Fear: The Philosophy of the Psychological Reference — Human Performance Psychology

What fear brings along for one person, doesn’t bring for another. Tremble or sweat, mumble or silenzio stampa, we all express it our own way. Fear is not only a temporary and occasionally emotion, being classified as a feeling, a feeling that most of us have it all our lives – be it the fear […]

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