Terrible, frightening drawings about the most common phobias of a person and their description! Find your own?
Fear is an internal state caused by a threatening real or perceived disaster. From the point of view of psychology, it is considered a negatively colored emotional process.
Phobia (from the Greek phόβος - "fear"), phobia is a symptom whose essence is the irrational uncontrolled fear or sustained experience of excessive anxiety in certain situations or in the presence (expectation) of a certain known object.
The artist-illustrator Sean Koss studied the basics of psychiatry , then to masterfully portray our fears on paper. And here is the result! Before you are 31 illustrations of the most common fears of people, look and rejoice if you do not have them!
1. Claustrophobia - the fear of enclosed spaces and the inability to get out of them.
Claustrophobia (from Latin claustrum - "closed room" and others - Greek "fear") is a psychopathological symptom, a phobia of closed or tight spaces. It is considered, along with agoraphobia, one of the most common pathological fears.
2. Atazagoraphobia is the fear of being forgotten or ignored.
3. Arachnophobia - fear of spiders.
Arachnophobia (from other Greek, "spider", etc.-Greek "fear") - a special case of zoophobia, a fear of arachnids, is one of the most common phobias. People suffering from arachnophobia are called arachnophobia. In some arachnophobes, a spider does not even cause much more fear than a spider itself.
4. Trypanophobia - fear of needles and pricks.
Trypanophobia - fear of injections, injections and syringes. Trypanophobia suffers, at least 10% of adult Americans and 20% of adults from post-Soviet countries. The main reason for trypanophobia is insufficient quality of medical care, careless treatment of doctors to patients.
5. Tokofobiya - fear of having children.
Tokofobia, malevsyophobia (novolat maieusiophobia, tocophobia from Greek genera, fear, phobia) is a specific phobia, pathological phobia of childbirth. Most often, tokofobia is associated with fear of pain - algophobia, less often with fear of domestic and other difficulties.
6. Chronophobia is the fear of time.
Chronophobia (from Greek to "time" and "fear") is one of the types of phobias, a neurotic fear of time that manifests itself in various forms. For the first time this syndrome was found in prisoners who were horrified because of the length of the sentence, imagining that his departure was unreal. When the initial intensity of symptoms decreases with time, the patient becomes a phlegmatic, automatically existing in prison isolation, not interested in anything, living the primitive needs of today. This understanding is the most common, therefore often as a synonym for chronophobia, the term "prison neurosis" is used. In a broader sense, the term "chronophobia" refers to the uncontrollable fear of time that arises in a situation of long waiting for some important or desired event.
7. Nobofobia - fear of the dark.
8. Agoraphobia - fear of open space, squares, crowds of people, markets.
Agoraphobia (from other Greek, "bazaar, market" + "fear") - fear of open doors, open space; a mental disorder in which there is a fear of congestion that may require unexpected actions; The unconscious fear experienced when passing without escorts over a large area or a deserted street. It manifests itself in the unconscious form as a protective mechanism. This phobia can be obtained in real life because of the fear of something that is associated with people and emotional trauma from people. Accompanies many nervous disorders and mental illness. First described by Karl Westfall.
Also there are similar in value, but at the moment obsolete terms of demophobia and ohlofobiya - fear of large concentrations of people.
9. Taphophobia is the fear of being buried alive.
Taphophobia (from other Greek, τάφος - coffin, grave and φόβος - fear) - fear of funeral and funeral supplies, as well as fear of burial alive; one of the basic phobias of the human psyche. In the medical-psychiatric literature, it is traditionally included in a number of other names indicating similar mental disorders - claustrophobia (phobia of closed space), no-phobia (fear of darkness), etc.
As early as 1772, the Duke of Mecklenburg introduced a mandatory postponement of the funeral until the third day after death to prevent possible burial alive. Soon this measure was adopted in a number of European countries, and it was approved, for example, by the philosopher Moses Mendelssohn. In the XIX century, the fear of being buried alive became a fairly common phobia. This situation led to the fact that from the second half of the XIX century until 1934 in Europe and North America special "safe coffins" were patented and manufactured, equipped with rescue equipment for the buried alive. These funds would allow the buried one to send a signal to other people by mistake or to get out of the grave independently. In addition, similar devices were equipped with some crypts. Nevertheless, there is no evidence that these rescue tools have actually helped anyone.
The fear of being buried was experienced by a number of famous personalities. For example, Gogol and Tsvetaeva were afraid to be buried alive and specially stressed it - Gogol in "Selected places from correspondence with friends", Tsvetaeva in the suicide note before suicide (the popular legend that Gogol was indeed buried alive - when exhumed his body was found lying prostrate in the coffin, is untenable). Alfred Nobel was the living victim of the fear of burial, and this fear was "hereditary" - his father, the inventor Emmanuel Nobel, also was afraid to be buried alive and even invented one of the first "safe coffins". British writer Wilkie Collins also suffered from this phobia, and in such a strong form that every night left a "suicide note", in which he asked the reader to carefully verify his death, if he does not wake up. For the same reason, the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer bequeathed to wait with his funeral five days after his death, as a result of which the funeral of the philosopher was hampered by the smell of the decomposition of the body.
A kind of legend was a resident of Manchester, Hannah Bezuyk, a rich Englishwoman who experienced a pathological fear of mistaken burial alive (and she had the grounds for this: her brother was almost buried alive by mistake). In accordance with the will, the body of Hannah Bezuik after her death in 1758 was embalmed and more than a hundred years was preserved without burial "for periodic testing for signs of life." During its existence the mummy of Hannah Bezuik has gained wide popularity under the name of the Manchester Mummy, for several decades being an exhibit of the museum of the Manchester Society of Natural History. Only in 1868, after the recognition of Hannah Bezuyk "irrevocably and undoubtedly dead," her body was finally buried.
10. Phylophobia is the fear of falling in love.
Philophony - collecting music, vocal and other sound recordings on audio carriers of various kinds with possible categorization on certain topics, authors, performers, composers, musical directions, etc. Philophony, in contrast to music, is characterized by an emphasis on the search, storage and cataloging of music, rather than on its creative features.
As a field of collecting originated in the early XX century. and the most widely received from 1940-50-ies. in connection with the development of the recording industry. Until the last quarter of the 20th century, the cataloging of phonotech was almost identical to that of bibliocatalogists, where the audio book plays the role of the book as an atomic component of the catalog. Catalogs were usually conducted on cards, in which the plate number, the type of recording, when and which firm this record was issued, the order of the works written on it, the names of the authors and performers. With the development of electronic computing systems, the cataloging of phonotech was simplified by similar schemes to libraries.
Due to the relatively easy availability of music in the 2000s and the new standards of digital music (mp3, webcasts, peer-to-peer networks), philophony has become increasingly prominent as a phenomenon among private music collectors, which was also facilitated by the emergence of a number of technical utilities.
11. Colephobia - fear of clowns.
Fear of clowns, sometimes considered in terms of a specific phobia. The term "coulrophobia" is a neologism invented among other unofficial "phobias". The term is absent from both the ICD-10 list of WHO and the classification list of violations of the American psychiatric association DSM-IV.
12. Scopophobia - fear of gazing at others.
13. Herophobia - fear of happiness, joyful emotions.
Hemophobia is an irrational fear of chemical compounds, one of the forms of technophobia and fear of suspense. Usually it manifests itself in the form of prejudice against "chemistry", which refers to products (usually cosmetics or food products) produced by a person in an industrial setting. "Chemistry" is opposed to natural or "organic" products, which are declared a priori useful. The cause of the emergence of chemophobia is a lack of trust in society towards science in general and chemistry in particular and inadequate perception of these areas of human activity.
14. Avtatononofobiya - fear of things that are a living creature, such as ventriloquist dolls, effigies and wax figures.
15. Ecclesiophobia - fear of churches.
16. Eysotrophobia - fear of mirrors and reflections.
Eysotrophobia (from the Greek, "mirror") or spectrophobia (from the Latin spectrum "vision", "image") is a specific phobia, consisting in fear of mirrors and fear of seeing your own reflection in them. It can be associated with dysmorphophobia - a concern with its ugliness or ugliness. Psychoanalyst Shandor Ferenczi identifies two main reasons: the fear of self-knowledge and the escape from exhibitionism.
17. Kenophobia is the fear of large unfilled spaces.
18. Triphobobia - fear of cluster holes (the accumulation of holes in one place).
Triphobobia (also fear of cluster holes) - the term was proposed in 2004, a combination of the Greek trypo (stamping, drilling or drilling holes) and phobia. It is the fear of cluster holes (that is, the accumulations of holes). Accumulations of small holes in organic objects, such as lotus fruits or bubbles in the test, can provoke nervous trembling, itchy skin, nausea and a general feeling of discomfort.
Although triphobobia is not recognized by the American Psychiatric Association and in the Statistical Manual on Mental Disorders, thousands of people claim that they suffer from phobia, a fear of objects with small holes, usually recurring (clumps).
19. Necrophobia - fear of the dead, objects that belonged to them.
Necrophobia (from the Greek dead and fear) - obsessive fear (phobia), fear of corpses and funeral supplies.
Symptoms include shortness of breath, rapid breathing, irregular heartbeats, sweating, dry mouth and trembling, nausea and anxiety, psychological imbalance, and feelings of fear and anxiety.
20. Thalassophobia - fear of the sea or sea trips.
21. Pedophobia - fear of dolls.
Pedophobia (English pediophobia), or the fear of dolls . This is an alarming neurosis, which can be associated with a variety of dolls from old-fashioned porcelain dolls (porcelain dolls, china dolls) to puppets that can talk and move. Pedophobia is considered to be a branch of autophtho-phobia or fear of human-like figures.
22. Epistemophobia - fear of knowledge.
Zoophobia (from Greek to "animal" and "fear") is a class of specific phobias associated with certain species or groups of animals. There is no "zoophobia", like fear of animals in general, obsessive fear and anxiety are always associated with a particular kind of animal (eg, aylurophobia - fear of cats), their class (eg insectophobia - fear of insects) or a group (agriophobia - fear of wild animals).
23. Apotemnophobia - fear of people, with amputated limbs.
24. Pyrophobia is the fear of fire.
Pyrophobia (dr.-Greek fire, fever, and fear) - a specific phobia, consisting in a constant, irrational, obsessive, panic fear of fire, fires; obsessive fear of living, burned, burned, or lost property as a result of a fire. Widely distributed among people who survived wars, natural disasters, technogenic catastrophes, burned, witnesses to fires, but such a phobia can occur both under impressions after watching the film, or from reports of fires in the media. Sometimes pyrophobia develops from childhood fears.
25. Hylophobia is the fear of trees.
Hylophobia (or chilophobia, ilophobia, dendrophobia) is a mental disorder caused by irrational fear of wood and wood. Literally, this is the fear of the forest.
26. Somnophobia (hypnophobia) - uncontrollable fear of going to sleep.
Hypnophobia (clinophobia or somnifobia) is an irrational and uncontrolled fear of going to bed. Hypnophobia can come from a fear of losing control over what is happening, developing from nightmares or unwillingness to lose time, which can be spent on performing important tasks or if you can extend your free time instead of sleep, which can be more pleasant. The prefix "Hypno" has Greek roots and comes from the word "hypnos", which means "dream".
(hypnophobia; hypnosis + phobia) obsessive fear - fear of falling asleep due to fear of death during sleep.
27. Emetophobia is a fear of nausea and vomiting.
Emetophobia is a strong fear of emetics. This particular phobia can also include subcategories that are troubling in certain situations, including fear of vomiting in public places, fear of seeing vomiting, watching for vomiting or fear of nausea.
Emetophobia is clinically considered an "evasive difficulty," as a limited study has been done on this. Emetophobia is given little attention compared to other irrational fears. It is not limited to the age category: cases of emetophobia can be observed in childhood, adolescence and maturity.
28. Blenophobia - fear of mucus.
29. Ophidiophobia - fear of snakes.
30. Godofobia is the obsessive fear of ghosts, spirits and other undead.
31. Verbophobia - fear of words.
Logophobia, or glossophobia (from other Greek word, speech, or other Greek language) is an obsessive fear of speech associated with logoneurosis (stuttering) and mutism.
Has options: the fear of speaking in general or with strangers, the fear of public appearances (peyraphobia) and stage fear, with stuttering (lalophobia), fear of individual words (verbophobia).
A phobia can be partial, in which case it is called selective mutism. For example, a person with logophobia speaks freely with a loved one, experiences a logoneurosis with less close relatives and can not talk to strangers, avoids them, and duties that require verbal contact with them.
Alphabetical list of phobias
Here is a list of so-called phobias recognized as real . Professional psychiatric terms are only part of this list. Not all of these "phobias" are mental disorders.
- avitofobiya (ablutofobia) - fear of washing, bathing, washing or cleaning
- Aviation phobia, aviophobia - fear of flying in air vehicles
- agirophobia (dromophobia) - fear of streets, cross the street
- agoraphobia - fear of space, open spaces, squares, crowds of people, markets
- agraobia (counterltrophobia) - fear of sexual harassment, sex
- aibophobia - fear of palindromes
- ailurophobia (galeophobia, gatophobia, felinophobia - phobia of cats
- ayhmofobia - fear of sharp objects
- acarophobia - fear of mites
- aquafobia - fear of water, drowning, see hydrophobia
- acculturation phobia - fear of assimilation
- acolyphobia - fear of deafness
- acnephobia - fear of acne (acne
- acrobatics - fear of amputation
- acrophobia - fear of heights
- acupuncturephobia - phobia of acupuncture
- acoustophobia (lygyrophobia, phonophobia) - phobia of loud sounds
- algophobia - fear of pain
- amaxophobia - fear of transport and driving
- Amatophobia - fear of dust or pollution by dust
- angina - fear of an attack of angina
- androphobia - fear of men
- anemophobia - fear of storm (strong wind)
- anthophobia - phobia of flowers
- anthropophobia - fear of people or company of people, form of social phobia
- apeurophobia - phobia of infinity
- apifobia - phobia of bees, wasps; a special case of zoophobia
- apopathophobia - fear of going to the toilet
- apoplexifobia - fear of a stroke
- arachnophobia - fear of spiders; a special case of zoophobia
- arithmophobia, arithmophobia - fear of some individual significant number
- astrophobia - fear of stars and stellar space
- ataxy phobia - fear of impaired coordination of movements
- atihifobia - fear of making a mistake, failing
- aurophobia - fear of gold
- autophobia - fear of contaminating one's body
- autophobia (anuptaphobia, eremophobia, isolophobia) - fear of loneliness
- aphephobia - see haptophobia
- ahluofobiya - fear of the dark, see no-phobia
- Acerophobia - fear of acidic foods and drinks
- aerophobia - fear of flying on aircraft; also the fear of drafts
- aeroemfizemofobiya - fear of coffin disease
- basophobia - fear of walking
- bacteriophobia (bacillophobia) - fear of becoming infected with bacteria
- ballistic phobia - fear of a bullet, a bomb or a shell
- barofobiya - fear of lifting the gravity
- bateophobia - see acrophobia
- belenophobia - see aichmophobia
- blaphthophobia - fear of injuring someone
- bromhydrophobia (bromidrosifobia, bromidrophobia) - fear that others may notice an unpleasant body odor or sweating of a patient with this phobia
- Brontophobia - fear of thunder
- vaccinophobia - fear of vaccinations and related neurological complications
- venereophobia (cyprinophobia) - fear of contracting a sexually transmitted disease
- verbophobia - the fear of individual words
- verminophobia - fear of bacteria, microbes, worms, get infected
- vertigo phobia (dinophobia) - fear of dizziness
- wine phobia - fear of wine consumption
- vomitophobia - see emetophobia
- Galeophobia - fear of sharks
- halitophobia - fear of bad breath
- Gamophobia - Fear of Marriage
- Haptophobia (aphephobia, gaffefobia, gaphophobia, hypnophobia, gaptefobia, thixophobia) - fear of touching people around
- Harpaksophobia - see Harpksophobia
- hedonophobia - fear of pleasure, pleasure
- hexakosyoyheksecontaghexafobia - fear of number 666
- heliopathy (geleophobia) - fear of the sun, sunlight, fear of being in the sun
- Gelotophobia - fear of being humor, ridicule
- hemophobia (hematophobia, hemophobia) - a fear of blood
- genophobia, coitophobia, coituphobia, mixophobia, myxophobia - fear of sex, sexual contacts
- gerontophobia (gerascofobia) - fear of communicating with the elderly or of one's own aging
- hermophobia - see mizophobia
- herpetophobia - fear of reptiles, reptiles, snakes; a special case of zoophobia
- heterophobia - phobia of the opposite sex
- geyfirofobiya - fear of bridges
- hydrophobia - fear of sweating
- hydrophobia (aquafobia) - fear of water, dampness, liquids
- Hierophobia - fear of objects of religious worship
- Hylophobia (xylophobia, nihilophobia, chylophobia) - fear of the forest, getting lost in the forest
- Hymnophobia - fear of nudity
- gynecophobia (ginephobia, gynophobia) - fear of women
- Hypengyophobia (hipengiophobia) - Fear of taking responsibility
- Hypnophobia - a fear of falling asleep
- glossophobia - see logophobia
- Gnosyophobia (epistemophobia) - fear of knowledge / knowledge
- hoplophobia (hoplophobia) - fear of weapons
- gravidofobiya - fear of meeting with a pregnant woman, pregnancy
- Graphophobia - the fear of writing or taking in writing instruments
- dextrophobia - fear of things on the right
- demonophobia (catanophobia) - fear of demons and other evil forces
- demophobia (ohlophobia) - fear of crowding people, crowds
- dentofobia (odontophobia) - fear of dentists, dental treatment
- dermatopathophobia (dermatophobia, dermatophile phobia) - fear of contracting a skin disease
- decidophobia - fear of making decisions
- dinophobia - see vertegophobia
- dysmorphophobia - fear of physical defects in one's own appearance
- dorobobia - fear of receiving or making gifts
- dromophobia - see agirophobia
- zoophobia - fear of animals
- zemphophobia - fear of moles
- yatrophobia - see jatrophobia
- insectophobia (entomophobia) - fear of insects; a special case of zoophobia
- Hierophobia - fear of objects of religious worship; see also agiofobia
- iofobia - fear of poisons
- kakorrafiofobiya - see atihifobia
- carcinophobia (cancrophobia, carcinoma, carcinophobia, carcinophobia) - fear of developing cancer, malignant tumor
- cardiopathophobia (cardiopathy) - a fear of heart disease
- katagelofobiya - fear of ridicule
- kejrofobiya - fear of shaving to cut the client (from hairdressers)
- kenophobia - fear of large unfilled spaces (for example, an empty theater hall)
- keraunophobia - fear of lightning
- kinophobia (canine phobia) - fear of dogs
- cypridophobia - see venereophobia
- claustrophobia - fear of confined space
- kleptophobia - the fear of stealing, or the fear of being robbed
- climaxophobia (climatophobia) - fear of walking on stairs, stairs
- koinofobiya - fear of entering a room where there are many people
- koitofobia - see genophobia
- computer phobia - fear of computers
- contralto-phobia - see agraobia
- Coprophobia - fear of overtaxing
- coprophobia - fear of faeces
- kolrofobiya - fear of clowns
- xenophobia - fear or hatred of someone or something alien, unfamiliar, unfamiliar
- Silicon phobia - fear to look into the abyss, abyss
- crystal phobia - fear of touching glass objects
- xylophobia - see hylofobia
- lalophobia - fear of talking because of fear of possible stuttering
- laterophobia - the fear of lying on his side, more often - on the left (when there is cardio phobia )
- leprophobia - fear of contracting leprosy
- lipophobia - see acoustic phobia
- phobia - fear of becoming rabies
- logophobia (glossophobia) - fear of talking
- lyophobia (syphilophobia) - fear of contracting syphilis
- Menaophobia - fear of being mentally ill
- megalophobia - fear of large objects or objects
- menophobia - fear of menstruation and related unpleasant sensations
- metalophobia - fear of metal objects and metals
- Misophobia (germophobia) - fear of contracting an infectious disease, dirt, touching the surrounding objects
- moxeophobia - see genophobia
- mirmekofobiya - fear of ants; a special case of zoophobia
- morphinophobia - fear of becoming a morphine
- Musophobia (Surfobia) - Fear of mice and rats
- necrophobia - fear of corpses and funeral supplies
- neophobia - fear of a new, change
- nihilophobia - see hylofobia
- no-phobia (ahluophobia, scotophobia, ecluophobia) - fear of darkness, of the night
- Nomophobia - fear of being left without a mobile phone, without communication
- nosophobia - fear of getting sick
- nosocomoephobia - fear of hospitals
- odontophobia - see dentophobia
- oykofobiya - fear of home, return home
- ombrofobia - fear of falling under the rain
- onanofobia - fear of harmful consequences of masturbation
- osmophobia - fear of bodily odors
- ornithophobia - fear of birds and their feathers; a special case of zoophobia
- ophiophobia, or ophiophobia - fear of snakes; a special case of herpetophobia
- ohlofobiya - fear of the crowd, see demophobia
- panophobia (panphobia, pantophobia) - fear of everything or constant fear for an unknown reason
- parasitophobia - fear of insect parasites
- paralipophobia - fear that their own mistaken actions will harm close relatives
- paraskavedekatriaphobia - fear of Friday, the 13th day of the month
- patriophobia - fear of heredity, especially hereditary diseases
- sail - fear of urination in public
- pedophobia - fear of objects that imitate the human face (dolls, wax figures)
- pedophobia - obsessive fear of children or imitating their products (dolls)
- peyraphobia - fear of public speaking
- peladophobia - fear of baldness
- petrophobia - fear of gas retention in the presence of strangers
- pyrophobia - fear of fire, fire, death from fire
- psychrophobia - fear of cold
- rabbophobia - fear of punishment
- radiophobia - fear of radiation
- Ranidophobia - fear of frogs
- rektofobiya - fear of not having a chair
- ripophobia - fear of dirt, uncleanness
- catanophobia - see demonophobia
- selahofobia - fear of sharks
- syddromofobiya - fear of riding in the railway transport
- sitophobia - fear of eating
- scabiophobia - fear of getting scabies
- scolecifobia - fear of worms, infectious insects; a special case of zoophobia
- Scopophobia (scotoprophobia) - fear of gazing at others
- scotophobia - see no phobia
- somnifobia - fear of sleeping
- social phobia - fear of society, contacts, awkward behavior in society, evaluation by others
- spectrophobia - 1) fear of ghosts
- spectrophobia - 2) the same as eysotrophobia
- spermophobia - fear of germs
- spidofobia - fear of contracting AIDS
- Stasobasophobia - phobia of standing and walking
- sourifobia - see musophobia
- tabobobia - fear of dorsal infirmity
- thalassophobia - fear of the sea (including bathing and sea travel)
- thanatophobia - fear of death
- tafofobiya (tafefobiya) - fear of being buried alive, funeral
- telephone phobia - phobia of phone, phone call waiting
- terrorophobia - fear of terrorism
- shadowophobia - fear of becoming infected with worms
- theophobia - fear of God, his interference in fate or punishment
- Thermophobia - fear of heat and heated rooms
- tetrophobia - fear of number 4
- thixophobia - see haptophobia
- tokofobia (malevsyophobia) - fear of childbirth
- toxicophobia - fear of poisoning
- topophobia - the fear of being left alone in the room
- traumatophobia - fear of injury
- transphobia - fear and, as a consequence, rejection and negative reaction to manifestations of transgenderity
- tremophobia - fear of trembling
- trypanophobia - fear of needles and pricks
- triphobobia - fear of cluster holes (not recognized in the Diagnostic American Psychiatric Association).
- triskaidecaphobia (triskaidecaphobia, tredecaphobia, terdefa phobia) - fear of number 13
- trichophobia - fear of getting hair into food, clothing, body surface
- tuberculosisphobia (phthisiophobia) - fear of tuberculosis
- tunneling phobia - fear of passage through the tunnel
- uranophobia - fear of looking at the sky
- phagophobia - fear of swallowing, choking with food
- phasmophobia - fear of ghosts and spirits
- pharmacophobia - fear of taking medicine
- phylophobia - fear of falling in love
- phobophobia (phobia phobia) - fear of phobias (fears), the appearance of symptoms of fear, fear of experiencing fear
- phonophobia - see acoustic phobia
- phthiophobia - fear of lice.
- friggatriscaideecaphobia - see paraskavedecatriaphobia
- hairofobiya - fear of the appearance of a sense of fun in an unseemly environment
- Harpksophobia (harpksophobia) - fear of robbers, being robbed
- chemophobia - phobia of chemistry
- chylophobia - see hylofobia
- chiropothyphia - phobia of bats; a special case of zoophobia
- Hoplophobia (Hoplophobia) - Fear of weapons
- hrematophobia - fear of touching money
- chromatophobia (chromophobia) - fear of any color and objects stained in it
- chronophobia - fear of time
- eisotropophobia (spectrophobia) - fear of self reflection in the mirror
- eihofobiya - fear to say or listen to good wishes
- equinophobia (hippophothia) - fear of horses; a special case of zoophobia
- ecluophobia - see no phobia
- emetophobia (vomitophobia) - fear of vomiting
- epistaxo phobia
- ergasiofobia - fear of surgery (for surgeons)
- ergophobia - fear of work, doing something
- erythrophobia (eretophobia) - fear of redness of the face (fear of blushing in people)
- erotophobia - fear of sex or questions about sex
- ephebophobia - fear of teenagers
- jatrophobia - fear of doctors