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Reporting a high intention as a fear control strategy


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Description: The aim of this project is to test the hypothesis that reporting a high intention can be used as a fear control strategy. If this hypothesis is correct, self-reports of intention are not valid operationalisations of the theoretical construct intention in participants engaging in fear control, such as after being exposed to a threatening communication under low efficacy conditions.


This is OSF project is paired to this GitHub repository. This OSF project is a part of the "Towards consensus on fear appeals" project that is hosted on the Open Science Framework at We are delighted to collaborate: if you would like to join, contact Gjalt-Jorn Peters on GitHub, the Open Science Framework, through Twitter, or the contact form on his website.


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