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In psychology, fear is

In psychology, fear is usually attributed to emotional processes. During the fear, the subcortical limbic structures, which work in an automatic mode, are mainly included. The legendary academician Pavlov called such phenomena "blind force of the subcortex". For example, if a person walks through the forest and sees an object that strongly resembles a snake. In this case, the limbic structures first of all react to it, which will make the person frightened and jump off. The structure of the subcortical centers of fear is more primitive than the structure of the cortex of the cerebral hemispheres. Therefore, in such cases, information processing in the emotional state can occur faster, but not necessarily with this processing is exactly.

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. Not to instill in him some

. Not to instill in him some regular stupid "You are the future man! You must..." and instead just be happy with him when the child managed to conquer another fear and to Express confidence that with future fears he is also to deal as easily. Remind him about his victories, and not dwell on the failures.Also very useful is the outperformance of the situation. Let the fictional hero finds himself in a situation where his attack fears your child. He finds a way out of this difficult situation, out of it a winner. This child will cultivate the ability to resist fear. There are these so-called therapeutic tales. It is a psychological practice that can influence the child through which he understands the world of fairy tales. 

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