risk perception


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risk perception

Concern about the probability of succumbing to a potential illness.
See also: perception
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Relationship between HIV risk perception and condom use: Evidence from a population-based survey in Mozambique".
Bankers said although 20 per cent plus the principal is the generally accepted standard for security cheques among banks, it could vary depending on the risk perception of the bank, credit worthiness and credit history of the customer.
H8: The type of sales promotion moderates the relationship between the risk perception and purchase intention of the promoted product, with the perception of risk being stronger (weaker) for monetary (non-monetary) promotions.
The questionnaire was divided into two sections: one to gather women's data (demographic characteristics, farming accidents, personal protective equipment use, risk perception of farm chores and zoonoses knowledge) and the other section was to gather children's data (farming chores, mother's risk perception about their children's labor in the farm and accidents until the age of sixteen).
Helping senior leaders assess significant deviations in risk perception can lead to outcomes in which risk-taking is better understood and more uniform throughout the organization.
There have been a limited number of qualitative studies that have assessed the risk perception of food safety by school food-handlers (4,14).
An approach focused on hazard-specific risk perceptions represents a contribution in relation to more general approaches to occupational risk perception used by safety research (e.
National Bank of Serbia's Executive Board believes that additional fiscal consolidation measures and the implementation of structural reforms will contribute to the further reduction in inflationary pressures and external imbalances, giving a positive boost to Serbia's investment risk perception.
The topics include analysis of traffic capacity and design for the reconstruction of a large roundabout in Zagreb, the variability of start-up lost times and departure headways at signalized intersections in urban areas, pedestrian risk perception in signalized street crossings, formulating a large roundabout capacity under high demand flows, and a dynamic and automatic traffic light control system for solving the road congestion problem.
Two-thirds of the banks reported increased risk perception with respect to corporate lending to SMEs in the first quarter of 2013.