HealthDay News reports that the measles outbreak that first began in California’s Disneyland last year may have changed some parents’ minds about childhood vaccinations.

Researchers found that parents with “high awareness” of the outbreak were more likely to voice confidence in vaccines, compared to parents who were surveyed about their vaccination views shortly before the outbreak.

They also gave more support to state laws mandating childhood vaccinations, according to findings published Feb. 8 in the journal Health Affairs.