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Thu October 31, 2013

Halloween Frights Are 'Rewarding,' Bellarmine Psychology Professor Explains

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It’s Halloween and for many that means candy and costumes—it could also mean watching scary movies or taking your chances with a haunted house.

It’s the latter options that have us interested. 

I spoke with Bellarmine University psychology professor Dr. Tom Wilson, who says there are different types of fear.

Some we try to avoid. Others we seek.

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