We may be traveling again, but that doesn't mean that there still aren't plenty of concerned — even fearful — flyers out there. Indeed, a survey conducted by marketing firm Yesawich, Pepperdine & Brown on January 14 indicates that there were just as many jittery travelers on that date as there were on October 11, when YPB conducted a similar poll. The terrorist attacks sparked two different kinds of fear related to air travel, according to Renee Lonner, clinical director of Robert T. ...

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