The video I attached gives somewhat of an example of vicarious emotional response. In the video, the experimenter first shows the child what she wants the child to duplicate. After a few times, a lady walks in and sits to read a magazine. The experimenter again shows the child what she wants the child to duplicate, but this time the lady yells at the experimenter that it is disturbing. The experimenter then gave the child the items to duplicate what she had done. The child refuses to do it and keeps looking at the lady (who yelled) to see her expression. The child had seen what had happened when the experimenter did the action and saw the emotional response given by the lady which caused the child not to duplicate it.
[I-LABS UW]. (2014, October 7). Toddlers regulate their behavior to avoid making adults angry
[Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FC4qRD1vn8
Powell, R. A., Honey, P. L., & Symbaluk, D. G. (2013). Introduction to Learning and Behavior.
Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.