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Fear on the Radio: Cognitive and emotional responses to high-fear high-imagery messages
Unformatted Document Text:  Participants will be forty undergraduate students enrolled in Communication courses at a large northwestern university. Participants will complete the experiment one at a time in a psychophysiology lab. Informed consent will be obtained and then participants will be prepped for the collection of physiological data. All instructions for the experiment will be recorded onto audio tape and played for participants. Instructions for completing the self-report measures will be played followed by instructions for the post-exposure task. For this task participants will be told that after each message they will see a cue on the screen that instructs them to “please sit still and think about the message you just heard” and then will be prompted to complete the self-report measures. Participants will be given the opportunity to ask questions and then will listen to each radio message. After completing self-report measures for the last message participants will be thanked and dismissed. Time table Data for this experiment will be collected by the end of February 2002. Data analysis will be completed by the end of March 2002.

Authors: Bolls, Paul., Mendelson, Andrew. and Popeski, Wayne.
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Participants will be forty undergraduate students enrolled in Communication courses at a large
northwestern university. Participants will complete the experiment one at a time in a psychophysiology lab.
Informed consent will be obtained and then participants will be prepped for the collection of physiological data. All
instructions for the experiment will be recorded onto audio tape and played for participants. Instructions for
completing the self-report measures will be played followed by instructions for the post-exposure task. For this task
participants will be told that after each message they will see a cue on the screen that instructs them to “please sit
still and think about the message you just heard” and then will be prompted to complete the self-report measures.
Participants will be given the opportunity to ask questions and then will listen to each radio message. After
completing self-report measures for the last message participants will be thanked and dismissed.
Time table
Data for this experiment will be collected by the end of February 2002. Data analysis will be completed by
the end of March 2002.


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