Towards consensus on fear appeals

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Description: The aim of this project is to establish a consensus regarding for which populations and behaviors (if any) fear appeals seem a wise choice as behavior change method. It originated with a debate in Health Psychology Review in early 2018.


Click here for the rejoinder supplement This is the Open Science Framework project page for the Towards Consensus on Fear Appeals project. This project started with the rejoinder to seven commentaries on this Health Psychology Review article. The rejoinder includes the supplemental file, which is available here as HTML file as well as in PDF format, and at the publisher's website. The goal of this...


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