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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What is your biggest fear for yourself?
(2) What is your biggest fear for the world?
(3) Why do we feel fear?
(4) How often do you feel afraid?
(5) Why do people have different fears?
(6) How do you react to fear?
(7) How would you help someone to get over their fear?
(8) Have you ever panicked with fear?
(9) What happens to you physically and emotionally when fear takes hold of you / overcomes you?
(10) How often do you jump or start when something frightens you?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) Do you have any form of phobia or paranoia?
(2) What were you afraid of as a child?
(3) What things are people commonly afraid of and why?
(4) What facial expressions accompany fear?
(5) Do you like putting yourself in situations where you can feel fear?
(6) Are you ever afraid of other people?
(7) Do you think society lives in fear?
(8) “The fear of death is to be dreaded more than death itself.” What do you think about this quotation?
(9) What do you think having a fear of the 21st century would be like?
(10) If you ‘put the fear of God into someone,’ how do you think that person feels?



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