Learning to fear a second-order stimulus following vicarious learning

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Reynolds, G; Field, AP; Askew, Chris;

Vicarious fear learning refers to the acquisition of fear via observation of the fearful responses of others. The present study aims to extend current knowledge by exploring whether second-order vicarious fear learning can be demonstrated in children. That is, whether v... View more
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