risk perception


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risk perception

Concern about the probability of succumbing to a potential illness.
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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.
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.
The purpose of our study was to investigate whether perceived severity, perceived susceptibility, synergistic risk perception, social influence, and smoking status are associated with intention to test for radon, controlling for age, gender, and education.
The APTMA had decided to hold roadshows in leading international markets where top notches from retailing world would be invited to speak, he said and added that industry issues could be handled through job creation, as the industry had quality production despite the prevailing risk perception.
875% yield paid on the ten-year sukuk clearly demonstrates the high volumes of liquidity in the sukuk space and Dubai's strongly improving risk perception.
875 per cent yield paid on the 10 year Sukuk clearly demonstrates the high volumes of liquidity in the Sukuk space and Dubai's strongly improving risk perception.
22,23) This potential for more severe injuries may have been considered in cyclists' higher risk perception for cycle tracks alongside major streets and lower risk perceptions for multi-use paths away from traffic.
The fifth paper (Hope, Perceived Financial Risk and Propensity for Indebtedness; by Lucia Barros, and Delane Botelho) explores the relationships among hope, risk perception related to purchasing, and consumption and propensity for indebtedness.
Participants in the control condition (n = 45) did not see any ad stimuli and only responded to the risk perception measures.
But "slackers", who were less willing to work hard for reward, had higher dopamine levels in the anterior insula, the region involved in emotion and risk perception.