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FEAR

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Transcript of FEAR

Connections Fear To What Extent Can Reason Be Manipulated By Sense Perception and Emotion? What Is Fear?
Neurology and Psychology of Fear Knower's Perspective Sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Gein#Crimes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077651/
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/767540/posts
http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/crime/article_f6e35e2a-5608-11e2-bdc3-0019bb2963f4.html
http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/criminal_mind/psychology/mcmartin_daycare/2.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMartin_preschool_trial
http://www.history.com/topics/red-scare
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077745/
http://bagandtag.blogspot.com/2004/09/actressmodel-rebecca-schaeffer.html
Gardner, Dan. "The Emotional Brain." In The science of fear: why we fear the things we shouldn't-- and put ourselves in greater danger. New York: Dutton, 2008. 65-66.
Myers, David G.. "Emotion." In Psychology. 7th ed. New York: Worth Publishers, 2004. 518-520.
http://www.crimemuseum.org/Ted_Bundy Hotels- Reason
Planes- Emotion
Media- Sense Perception Places and events in everyday life where we experience fear: Mike Myers
Fearless
Psychologically Empty
No Clear Intentions
Unstoppable Serial Killers: Someone who has killed at least three
people over a certain span of time (usually over a month) with some down time between each murder.

Serial Killers in History
1947-1957: Theodore Gein (Plainfield, Wisconsin)
1972-1978: John Wayne Gacy (Chicago, Illinois)
1977-1978: Ted Bundy (Seven States) Serial Killers Psychological Effects Physically Intimidating (SP)
Background (RS)
Unnatural Patience
Personal Reaction to Executions Obsession Robert Bardo and Rebecca Shaffer in the 1980s Fear Set To:
Babysitters
Everyday Teenagers
Knowledge of
Accident History
Personal Risk
Understanding
Catastrophic Potential Misery Creation of Fear Witchcraft and Hysteria Satanic Day Care Ritual Abuse
McMartin Preschool 1983-1990
-Allegations
-Trial
-7 years and $15 million Communism and the Red Scare 1950s-1970s
-Cold War and World War II aftermath
-House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)
-Climate of fear
-McCarthyism The Shining The Shining Experienced emotion
Adaptive Fear (infants)
Contagious Fear
Eddie Foy and the Chicago's Iroquois Theater
Observational Fear (monkeys, tragedies) The Invasion of the Body Snatchers Fearful of Antagonist (RS)
Psychologically Unstable
Physical Discomfort (ET)
Zero Control
Isolation (SP)
Complete Pity For Protagonist Jack Torrance
Overlook Hotel
Murder Committed by Winter Caretaker in 1970
Son (Danny) With Ability to See Events From Past and Into Future -- The Shining Biology of Fear Hippocampus/Amygdala
Damaged Amygdala
Trust
Emotion
Damaged Hippocampus
Memory
Genetic Fear Down the Spine Background
Isolation/ Claustrophobia
Supernatural Potential
Unpredictability Allegory to Red Scare McCarthyism
Complete Absence of Public Trust
Screaming In Highway Scene
Propaganda for Threat of Communism Knower's Perspective Fearful Situations Catastrophic Potential
Familiarity
Understanding
Personal Control
Voluntariness
Children
Future Generations
Victim Identity
Dread Trust
Media Attention
Accident History
Equity
Benefits
Reversibility
Personal Risk
Origin
Timing
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