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Anxiety at 35,000 Feet: An Introduction to Clinical by Robert Bor,Brett Kahr

By Robert Bor,Brett Kahr

worry of flying is a growing to be challenge between either passengers and airline crews. contemporary terrorist assaults have heightened the degrees of tension and worry whilst boarding a aircraft. during this quantity, certainly one of Britain's major aviation psychologists explores passenger behaviour while confronted with anxiousness in the direction of flying, the psychological health and wellbeing of pilots and the prospective remedies for individuals struggling with worry of flying. contains contributions from Brett Kahr.

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