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we'll hear a conversation between anofficer of the small claims tribunal andthe consumer who wants to make a claimfirst you have some time to look atquestions 1 to 6youyou will see that there is an examplethat has been done for you on thisoccasion only the conversation relatingto this will be played first goodafternoon how can I help you goodafternoon I'd like to lodge a claimcertainly named Emily Jane ApplebyAppleby that's an unusual name sorrywhat did you say your first name wasagainEmily Janethe woman gave her first name as EmilyJaneso Emily Jane has been written in thespace now we shall begin you shouldanswer the questions as you listenbecause you will not hear the recordinga second time listen carefully andanswer questions 1 to 6good afternoon how can I help you goodafternoon I'd like to lodge a claimcertainly named Emily Jane ApplebyAppleby that's an unusual name sorrywhat did you say your first name wasagain Emily Jane now Miss Appleton couldyou please fill in this claim form I'venever done that beforecan you help me yes of course the firstpart is for your the claimants detailswhere do you liveum at one your Rangga Street Durham howdo you spell Durham DUI H a.m. of courseI should know that that it's just one ofthose names that sounds quite differentfrom the way you spell it it isconfusingI've seen it spelt with two R's andwhat's the postcode for Durham for 105good and do you work no not at themoment okay so no work number what abouta home phone number yes I can give youthat it's seven eight four eight threeseven six two seven eight four eightthree seven six two right now this parthere is for the respondents detailswho's the respondent the individualperson company or business that you'reclaiming against is the claim against alandlord-tenant trader or driver wellit's a company that sells homeappliances so that's trader then just amoment while I write that down ABCappliances actually oh now this part isreally important if the respondent is acompany you must have the company's fulland correct name and registered addressI've looked it up on the internet andit's ABC appliances limited good if wedon't get this part absolutely right youwon't have a legal claim andregistered address yes I've got thatwritten down here just a minute it's um17 Brown Avenue that's in Barden isn'tit I think I know the place my wifebought a vacuum cleaner there last monthyes Barden have you got the postcode forBarden it's really similar to mine waita momentI'd better make sure I get it right fourzero six five that's itand what's the telephone number for ABCappliancesoh um 7 2 3 2 4 6 8 1 good got that nowin the third part of this form we get tothe actual goods or services that are indisputeI assume you made a purchase from themyes that's right on the 3rd of February2011 and did the goods have any sort ofguarantee or warranty yes but only for 6months so it was just a six-monthwarranty yes they offered me an extendedwarranty for 3 years but I would havehad to pay extra for that oh I seebefore you hear the rest of theconversation you have some time to lookat questions 7:00 to 10:00younow listen and answer questions 7:00 to10:00you'll need to give a full descriptionof the goods involved the nature of thedefect or fault and any other relevant1particulars so tell me what did you buy1I bought a washing machine1yes but what brand model and serial1number the brand name was Mallard and it1was the whisper model serial number just1a moment1I've got the warranty papers in my bag1yes here it is serial number XY three1zero three great now I need to know how1much you agreed to pay it cost a1thousand pounds did you trade in your1old machine yes as a matter of fact I1did okay now what were you given for the1trade in two hundred fifty pounds so in1actual fact the purchase price you1agreed on was seven hundred and fifty1pounds that's right and they delivered1the goods two days later on the 5th of1March and picked up the trade-in at the1same time now think carefully about this1next question what did the respondents1say about the quality of the goods or1the way they would perform the salesman1who served me at the appliance shop said1the mallard whisperer model has a much1shorter cycle so it uses less power oh1and he added and it will also use less1water is that true well partly it does1seem to use less water but both the wash1cycle and the rinse cycle go on for much1longer than my old machine so I don't1see how it can use less electricity but1the sales assistant also said this model1is whisper quiet and is it no not at all1it's so noisy we can't hear the1television in the next room1excuse me I have to answer that would1you mind waiting I'll get back to you in1a minute1that is the end of section one you now1have half a minute to check your answers1you1now turn to section two1section two you will hear a1representative from dream time tours1giving information about a particular1tour option first you have some time to1look at questions 11 to 141you1listen carefully and answer questions 111to 141Dreamtime tours have just the tour for1you the one I have chosen to talk to you1about today is what I consider our best1tour it will take you from coast to1mountain and back again you'll spend a1memorable and very comfortable day1traveling in air-conditioned luxury1you'll see from our brochure that we1have four pickup stops along the coast1and about 20 minutes after we pick up1our last passenger for the day we'll be1stopping off briefly at a magnificent1housing development marina and shopping1complex you'll be able to admire some of1the most expensive and lavish houses on1the coast and here we'll take a quick1walk around the waterfront now despite1its name Hope Island we can reach it1without getting our feet wet or taking a1boat ride Hobe island is connected to1the mainland by bridges from there we1head inland to the beautiful Tamborine1mountain you'll have time to browse and1the many specialty shops or you can sit1and relax at a friendly outdoor cafe we1board the bus again and pass through an1old timber milling town on our way to1O'Reilly's Green Mountains once there1you might wish to venture across the1famous treetop walk which is a bridge1suspended in the canopy of a rain forest1definitely not for the faint-hearted if1you're not up to the excitement of this1walk or perhaps after you've done it why1not enjoy lunch on the balcony of1O'Reilly's restaurant before we leave1you'll have time for a stroll through1the Botanical Gardens or perhaps you'd1like to feed the beautiful parrots and1other birds will supply the birdseed1from O'Reilly we travel to an alpaca1farm for a demonstration and of course1there will be a photo opportunity for1you with these gorgeous animals before1returning to the coach for the journey1back to your original1departure point1before you hear the rest of the talk you1have some time to look at questions 152to 202you2now listen and answer questions 15 to 202if I've persuaded any of you to sign up2for this tour take a look at our dream2time tours brochure you'll see that you2can book over the telephone or you can2make reservations through the reception2desk we generally have a member of staff2meting the desk from 7:30 a.m. to 9:002p.m. every day of the week don't2hesitate to ask reception staff any2questions that you might have about this2tour or any other tour and be sure to2make it known if you have any special2needs we'll do our best to make your2trip rewarding and worthwhile if this is2the tour you want be sure to specify2Green Mountain tour and note that these2excursions are full-day tours on three2days of the week only Sunday Monday and2Friday although we're hoping to have a2Saturday tour available by next year2you'll see that fairs are extremely2reasonable with each adult pain just 372dollars now that's not bad for a trip of2around 280 kilometers is it if you want2to bring the family obviously the family2passes great value at 94 dollars that2includes two adults and two children but2if you're an older adult over 65 in2other words a senior citizen your fare2is discounted to you'll pay a bit less2than the full adult rate please note the2departure times we adhere to these2strictly the coach will leave the2southernmost point of Coolangatta at210:00 to 8:00 sharp travel through2Burley and on to Surfers Paradise which2is our most popular pickup point2departing from there at half past 8:002in the morning at a quarter to 9:00 we2make our last pickup at Labrador2may I remind you to dress appropriately2for the day ladies no high heels please2comfortable walking shoes are what is2required and I always recommend that2everyone takes a light jacket because2the mountain air can be quite cool2compared to the heat and humidity of the2coastal regions Oh something else I2should remind you of the price is quoted2in the brochure are just for Coach2travel although we can arrange for a2minibus to collect you from your2accommodation and bring you to the2departure point free of charge if you2want to avail yourself of this service2be sure to let the booking clerk know2you will need to bring along extra cash2or a credit card to cover expenses such2as optional side trips food and drink2and of course entrance fees to the2various attractions2well that's all I have time to tell you2if you have further inquiries please use2the phone number on the brochure2that is the end of section 2 you now2have half a minute to check your answers2you2now turn to section 3 section 3 you will2hear a conversation between two training2college students and their liaison2officer who is enrolling them in a2volunteer program which provides English2language support in a local secondary2school first you have some time to look2at questions 21 to 252you2listen carefully and answer questions 212to 252come in and sit down Lester Sharon I can2see you're keen to know more to start2with I just like to say that we value2volunteers highly and recognize their2importance and assistance in the2provision of quality education thank you2we're looking forward to helping out but2what exactly can we do volunteers can2undertake a range of tasks in general2they enrich the English language program2and complement the contributions of2salaried staff members yes but what2would we do specifically Oh a variety of2tasks for instance you can tutor2individual students in a reading I2thought that might be the case but you2can also help students edit their2written responses great is that also a2one on one activity oh yes definitely3but volunteers are also called on to3assist in designated classes and what3exactly would we do there well it3depends on the class of course but3usually you take on the role of an3assistant a teacher's assistant yes3that's it3sounds like fun and good preparation for3our own careers then an enormous area of3assistance is developing students3organizational skills yes I can imagine3that's why some of them are struggling3in the first place there's also the3special needs unit they always need3volunteers there but we have no training3in special needs that's not necessary3these students just really appreciate3having any extra attention sometimes3help with the simplest things like3holding a pen correctly ah well that's3something all able-bodied students3should learn I've noticed some of the3strangest pen grips amongst my peers and3I'm sure they must end up with sore hand3or shoulder muscles at the end of the3day yes I'm sure your3the other task I'd like you to to help3out with is encouraging and improving3the students work ethic oh I can't3imagine that'll be easy no but it is3important and I can give you some3training in that field that'll be good I3should also point out that you'll be3working alongside quality teachers at3times who are not only carrying role3models but excellent motivators well we3should learn a lot from them yes the3teachers you'll be assigned to are3innovative and very responsive to the3different needs of individual students3if that's true3they must be adept at a variety of3teaching styles quite right you know3part of my mission is to forge close3partnerships between experienced3teachers and trainees like yourselves as3far as I can see everyone has something3to gain from the exchange of information3and skills not just the students you're3helping3before you hear the rest of the3conversation you have some time to look3at questions 26 to 303you3now listen and answer questions 26 to 303there are a number of interesting3developments going on at the moment and3I've chosen you two because of your3varied academic backgrounds now you3Sharon3I majored in Business Studies before I3came to Teachers Training College yes3exactly3well I've always been more interested in3science3marine biology in particular yes I think3it's quite exciting the school you're3going to assist at is augmenting the3number of vocational learning3experiences offered within its subjects3educational philosophy these days seems3to recognize the importance of3increasing practical components in the3curriculum areas of development being3pursued include building and3construction agriculture business3education and hospitality but the Marine3studies course is already well developed3oh now I see where we fit in you'll find3that the school has an excellent library3and audio-visual collection there are3three computer laboratories and a3special-needs network with six stations3ah they are well equipped mmm wait till3you see their independent Learning3Center what's so special about their ILC3they have the most sophisticated self3learning software I've ever seen in this3region of the country really uh-huh and3there's a wide number of extracurricular3activities an extensive sporting program3oh sport not my thing at all well no3maybe not but they also promote students3participation in different scholastic3competitions I'm impressed I think we're3going to enjoy this3that is the end of section 3 you now3have half a minute to check your answers3you3now turn to section four4section four you will hear a talk by a4health studies lecturer on anxiety first4you have some time to look at questions431 to 404you4listen carefully and answer questions 314to 404my talk today is on anxiety anxiety is4something you've all experienced at some4time in your life so you'll know that4it's an emotional condition in which4feelings of dread fear and mental4agitation predominate however what we4call an anxiety state or anxiety4neurosis or phobic State they all mean4the same thing is characterized by4anxiety reactions far greater than those4normally expected for the circumstances4and these reactions may be severe and4prolonged this is the most common form4of neurosis in westernized countries4usually normal anxiety decreases with4repeated exposure to the feared4situation whereas a neurotic anxiety4tends to increase gradually the person4is inclined to avoid the feared4situation and views it with increasing4dread sometimes there may be an4inherited tendency for this but usually4environmental issues are more important4the individual may have been a warrior4throughout life and a stressful4condition just before symptoms set in is4common often there is a gradual buildup4of anxiety possibly for weeks or months4before the ultimate break occurs the4precipitating cause is usually one of4great significance to the patient often4related to personal events such as4bereavement a breakup threats to career4health or personal integrity what are4the symptoms of phobia well phobic4states often develop into severe4crippling challenges that can be very4difficult to overcome the person4develops a fear of certain situations4it's not uncommon to have one or more of4these present at the same time I'm going4to name some frequent phobias and give4you a description of their symptoms4let's start with Agra phobia which is4when the person has an intense anxiety4about venturing outside the safety of4the normal home surroundings it may be4impossible for this person to ever go4out alone their fear of public or open4spaces is completely irrational and they4often end up leading very secluded lives4claustrophobia on the other hand is a4morbid fear of closed in areas or places4if you see me taking the stairs instead4of the lift4think about it am I trying to get more4exercise or am I trying to avoid the4confined interior of the lift and I'm4sure you all know people who are afraid4of flying4sometimes it's the fear of being4enclosed in the aeroplane itself and you4can imagine how the cramped confines of4airline toilets are really bad news for4these sufferers now I'll move on to4discuss social phobia which Believe It4or Not is more common in men it's an4acute anxiety that develops when they4are in the presence of others they feel4self-conscious apprehensive and4embarrassed if attention real or4imagined is focused on the sufferer he4becomes uneasy and may blush stammer or4stutter some sufferers even develop4tremors shaking or trembling movements4of a part or parts of the body or4another very common sign of their4extreme discomfort is that they perspire4profusely on their palms under their4arms or on their feet that brings me to4the last one that I want to mention4today and that is single phobia and no4it's not a fear of lifelong bachelorhood4this one is actually precipitated by an4acute aversion to dogs cats spiders you4may have heard of the term arachnophobia4well it applies specifically to spiders4but any single thing can basically cause4a strong aversion snakes4rogues mice or rats for instance I can4assure you the list is unlimited you4name it and someone is sure to have a4phobia about it some people are5terrified of the dark for example and5are not talking about young children5here you'd be surprised how many adults5are afflicted in this way well I see our5time is up next week I'll go into some5of the treatments and therapies for5phobias that have been used over the5ages and some of the relatively new5drugs that have recently come on the5scene5that is the end of section 4 you now5have half a minute to check your answers5you5that is the end of the listening test5you now have ten minutes to transfer5your answers to the listening answer5sheet555you5section one good afternoon how can I5help you good afternoon I'd like to5lodge a claim certainly name Emily Jane5Appleby Appleby that's an unusual name5sorry what did you say your first name5was again5Emily Jane now miss Appleton could you5please fill in this claim form I've5never done that before5can you help me yes of course the first5part is for your the claimants details5where do you live5um at one your Rangga Street Durham how5do you spell Durham DUI H a.m. of course5I should know that but it's just one of5those names that sounds quite different5from the way you spell it it is5confusing5I've seen it spelt with two R's and5what's the postcode for Durham for 1055good and do you work no not at the5moment okay so no work number what about5a home phone number yes I can give you5that it's seven eight four eight three5seven six two seven eight four eight5three seven six two right now this part5here is for the respondents details5who's the respondent the individual5person company or business that you're5claiming against is the claim against a5landlord-tenant trader or driver well5it's a company that sells home5appliances so that's trader then just a5moment while I write that down ABC5appliances actually oh now this part is5really important if the respondent is a5company you must have the company's full5and correct name and registered address5I've looked it up on the internet and5it's ABC appliances limited good if we5don't get this part absolutely right you5won't have a legal claim5and they registered address yes I've got5that written down here just a minute5it's um 17 Brown Avenue that's in Barden5isn't it I think I know the place my5wife bought a vacuum cleaner there last5month5yes Barden have you got the postcode for5Barden it's really similar to mine5wait a moment I'd better make sure I get5it right four zero six five that's it5and what's the telephone number for ABC5appliances5oh um 7 2 3 2 4 6 8 1 good got that now5in the third part of this form we get to5the actual goods or services that are in5dispute5I assume you made a purchase from them5yes that's right on the 3rd of February52011 and did the goods have any sort of5guarantee or warranty yes but only for5six months so it was just a six month5warranty5yes they offered me an extended warranty5for three years but I would have had to5pay extra for that oh I see5you'll need to give a full description5of the goods involved the nature of the5defect or fault and any other relevant5particulars so tell me what did you buy5I bought a washing machine5yes but what brand model and serial5number the brand name was Mallard and it5was the whisper model serial number just5a moment I've got the warranty papers in5my bag yes here it is serial number XY5three zero three great now I need to5know how much you agreed to pay it cost5a thousand pounds did you trade in your6old machine yes as a matter of fact I6did okay now what were you given for the6trade in two hundred fifty pounds so in6actual fact the purchase price you6agreed on was seven hundred and fifty6pounds that's right and they delivered6the goods two days later on the 5th of6March and picked up the trade-in at the6same time now think carefully about this6next question what did the respondents6say about the quality of the goods or6the way they would perform the salesman6who served me at the appliance shop said6the mallard whisperer model has a much6shorter cycle so it uses less power oh6and he added and it will also use less6water is that true well partly it does6seem to use less water but both the wash6cycle and the rinse cycle go on for much6longer than my old machine so I don't6see how it can use less electricity but6the sales assistant also said this model6is whisper quiet and is it no not at all6it's so noisy we can't hear the6television in the next room6excuse me I have to answer that would6you mind waiting I'll get back to you in6a minute6that is the end of section 1 section 26dream time tours have just the tour for6you the one I have chosen to talk to you6about today is what I consider our best6tour it will take you from coast to6mountain and back again you'll spend a6memorable and very comfortable day6traveling in air-conditioned luxury6you'll see from our brochure that we6have forward pick-up stops along the6coast and about 20 minutes after we pick6up our last passenger for the day we'll6be stopping off briefly at a magnificent6housing development marina and shopping6complex you'll be able to admire some of6the most expensive and lavish houses on6the coast and here we'll take a quick6walk around the waterfront6now despite its name Hope Island we can6reach it without getting our feet wet or6taking a boat ride Hope Island is6connected to the mainland by bridges6from there we head inland to the6beautiful Tamborine Mountain you'll have6time to browse and the many specialty6shops or you can sit and relax at a6friendly outdoor cafe we board the bus6again6and pass through an old timber milling6town on our way to O'Reilly's Green6Mountains once there you might wish to6venture across the famous treetop walk6which is a bridge suspended in the6canopy of a rain forest definitely not6for the faint-hearted if you're not up6to the excitement of this walk or6perhaps after you've done it why not6enjoy lunch on the balcony of O'Reilly's6restaurant before we leave you'll have6time for a stroll through the Botanical6Gardens or perhaps you'd like to feed6the beautiful parrots and other birds6will supply the birdseed from O'Reilly6we travel to an alpaca farm for a6demonstration and of course there will6be a photo opportunity for you with6these Gor6just animals before returning to the6coach for the journey back to your6original departure point6if I've persuaded any of you to sign up6for this tour take a look at our dream6time tours brochure you'll see that you6can book over the telephone or you can6make reservations through the reception6desk we generally have a member of staff6manning the desk from 7:30 a.m. to 9:006p.m. every day of the week don't6hesitate to ask reception staff any6questions that you might have about this6tour or any other tour and be sure to6make it known if you have any special6needs we'll do our best to make your6trip rewarding and worthwhile if this is6the tour you want be sure to specify6Green Mountain tour and note that these6excursions are full-day tours on three6days of the week only Sunday Monday and6Friday although we're hoping to have a6Saturday tour available by next year6you'll see that fares are extremely6reasonable with each adult pain just 377dollars now that's not bad for a trip of7around 280 kilometers is it if you want7to bring the family obviously the family7passes great value at 94 dollars that7includes two adults and two children but7if you're an older adult over 65 in7other words a senior citizen your fare7is discounted too you'll pay a bit less7than the full adult rate please note the7departure times we adhere to these7strictly the coach will leave the7southernmost point of Coolangatta at710:00 to 8:00 sharp7travel through Burley and on to Surfers7Paradise which is our most popular7pickup point departing from there at7half past eight in the morning at a7quarter to nine we make our last pickup7at Labrador may I remind you to dress7appropriately for the day ladies no high7heels please comfortable walking shoes7are what is required and I always7recommend that everyone takes a light7jacket because the mountain air can be7quite cool compared7to the heat and humidity of the coastal7regions Oh something else I should7remind you of the price is quoted in the7brochure are just for Coach travel7although we can arrange for a minibus to7collect you from your accommodation and7bring you to the departure point free of7charge if you want to avail yourself of7this service be sure to let the booking7clerk know you will need to bring along7extra cash or a credit card to cover7expenses such as optional side trips7food and drink and of course entrance7fees to the various attractions well7that's all I have time to tell you if7you have further inquiries please use7the phone number on the brochure7that is the end of section two section7three7come in and sit down Lester Sharon I can7see you're keen to know more to start7with I just like to say that we value7volunteers highly and recognize their7importance and assistance in the7provision of quality education thank you7we're looking forward to helping out but7what exactly can we do volunteers can7undertake a range of tasks in general7they enrich the English language program7and complement the contributions of7salaried staff members yes but what7would we do specifically Oh a variety of7tasks for instance you can tutor7individual students in a reading I7thought that might be the case but you7can also help students edit their7written responses great is that also a7one on one activity oh yes definitely7but volunteers are also called on to7assist in designated classes and what7exactly would we do there7well it depends on the class of course7but usually you take on the role of an7assistant a teacher's assistant yes7that's it7sounds like fun and good preparation for7our own careers then an enormous area of7assistance is developing students7organizational skills yes I can imagine7that's why some of them are struggling7in the first place7there's also the special needs unit they7always need volunteers there but we have7no training in special needs that's not7necessary these students just really7appreciate having any extra attention7sometimes help with the simplest things7like holding a pen correctly ah well7that's something all able-bodied7students should learn I've noticed some7of the strangest pen grips amongst my7peers and I'm sure they must end up with7sore hand or shoulder muscles at the end7of the day yes I'm sure your7the other task I'd like you to to help7out with is encouraging and improving7the students work ethic oh I can't7imagine that'll be easy no but it is7important and I can give you some7training in that field that'll be good I7should also point out that you'll be7working alongside quality teachers at7times who are not only carrying role7models but excellent motivators well we7should learn a lot from them yes the8teachers you'll be assigned to are8innovative and very responsive to the8different needs of individual students8if that's true8they must be adept at a variety of8teaching styles quite right you know8part of my mission is to forge close8partnerships between experienced8teachers and trainees like yourselves as8far as I can see everyone has something8to gain from the exchange of information8and skills not just the students you're8helping there are a number of8interesting developments going on at the8moment and I've chosen you two because8of your varied academic backgrounds now8you Sharon I majored in Business Studies8before I came to Teachers Training8College yes exactly8well I've always been more interested in8science8marine biology in particular yes I think8it's quite exciting the school you're8going to assist at is augmenting the8number of vocational learning8experiences offered within its subjects8educational philosophy these days seems8to recognize the importance of8increasing practical components in the8curriculum areas of development being8pursued include building and8construction agriculture business8education and hospitality but the marine8studies course is already well developed8oh now I see where we fit in you'll find8that the school has an excellent library8and audio-visual collection there are8three computer lab8bruh Tories and a special-needs network8with six stations ah they are well8equipped mmm wait till you see their8independent Learning Center8what's so special about their ILC they8have the most sophisticated self8learning software I've ever seen in this8region of the country really uh-huh and8there's a wide number of extracurricular8activities an extensive sporting program8Oh sport not my thing at all well no8maybe not but they also promote students8participation in different scholastic8competitions I'm impressed I think we're8going to enjoy this8that is the end of section 3 section 48my talk today is on anxiety anxiety is8something you've all experienced at some8time in your life8so you'll know that it's an emotional8condition in which feelings of dread8fear and mental agitation predominate8however what we call an anxiety state or8anxiety neurosis or phobic state they8all mean the same thing is characterized8by anxiety reactions far greater than8those normally expected for the8circumstances and these reactions may be8severe and prolonged this is the most8common form of neurosis in westernized8countries usually normal anxiety8decreases with repeated exposure to the8feared situation whereas a neurotic8anxiety tends to increase gradually the8person is inclined to avoid the feared8situation and views it with increasing8dread sometimes there may be an8inherited tendency for this but usually8environmental issues are more important8the individual may have been a warrior8throughout life and a stressful8condition just before symptoms set in is8common often there is a gradual buildup8of anxiety possibly for weeks or months8before the ultimate break occurs the8precipitating cause is usually one of8great significance to the patient often8related to personal events such as8bereavement a breakup threats to career8health or personal integrity what are8the symptoms of phobia8well phobic states often develop into8severe crippling challenges that can be8very difficult to overcome the person8develops a fear of certain situations8it's not uncommon to have one or more of8these present at the same time I'm going8to name some frequent phobias and give8you a description of their symptoms8let's start with Agra phobia which is8when the person has an intense anxiety8about venturing outside the safety of9the normal home surroundings it may be9impossible for this person to ever go9out alone their fear of public or open9spaces is completely irrational and they9often end up leading very secluded lives9claustrophobia on the other hand is a9morbid fear of closed in areas or places9if you see me taking the stairs instead9of the lift9think about it am I trying to get more9exercise or am I trying to avoid the9confined interior of the lift and I'm9sure you all know people who are afraid9of flying9sometimes it's the fear of being9enclosed in the aeroplane itself and you9can imagine how the cramped confines of9airline toilets are really bad news for9these sufferers now I'll move on to9discuss social phobia which Believe It9or Not is more common in men it's an9acute anxiety that develops when they9are in the presence of others they feel9self-conscious apprehensive and9embarrassed if attention real or9imagined is focused on the sufferer he9becomes uneasy and may blush stammer or9stutter some sufferers even develop9tremors shaking or trembling movements9of a part or parts of the body or9another very common sign of their9extreme discomfort is that they perspire9profusely on their palms under their9arms or on their feet that brings me to9the last one that I want to mention9today and that is single phobia and no9it's not a fear of lifelong bachelorhood9this one is actually precipitated by an9acute aversion to dogs cats spiders you9may have heard of the term arachnophobia9well it applies specifically to spiders9but any single thing can basically cause9a strong aversion snakes9rogues mice or rats for instance I can9assure you the list is unlimited you9name it and someone is sure to have a9phobia about it some people are9terrified of the dark for example and9are not talking about young children9here you'd be surprised how many adults9are afflicted in this way well I see our9time is up next week I'll go into some9of the treatments and therapies for9phobias that have been used over the9ages and some of the relatively new9drugs that have recently come on the9scene9that is the end of section 49

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