Quiz: Specific Phobic Disorders
Question 1 of 3  

People with phobic disorders experience persistent, unrealistic, intense anxiety and fear of specific situations, circumstances, or objects. If the object of a phobia cannot be avoided, it can severely limit the person’s ability to function. Which of the following might be an incapacitating phobia for a city dweller? 

  • A.

    Brontophobia (fear of thunder) 

  • B.

    Claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces)

  • C.

    Odontiaphobia (fear of dentists)

  • D.

    Zoophobia (fear of animals, usually snakes, spiders, or mice)

Am I correct?