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Using the Situational Fear Inventory, outdoor course participants identified the degree to which they experienced social-based and physical-based anxieties at the beginning, middle, and end of their course. Levels of social-based fears were higher and more resistant to modification. Females expressed higher levels of fears. Most fears were reduced significantly through program participation.
Young, Anderson B. and Ewert, Alan
"Fear in Outdoor Education: The Influence of Gender and Program,"
Research in Outdoor Education: Vol. 1, Article 14.
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