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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The merchant needs to overcome shoppers' perceived risk and increase their purchase intentions.
Three terminations were because of a perceived risk to the life of the mother from suicide.
Since 2013, we have seen the NCUA roll out various initiatives to address the same perceived risk in our industry.
Based on their findings, they conclude that "experience with a particular hazard was one of the most important predictors of perceived risk of the same hazard.
Until now, the decision to post a guard at an ATM depended on the bank's perceived risk to its assets/cash in that location.
Elements of perceived risk were built into the new playground at St.
Perceived risk scores were based only on the non-injury control sites, reducing bias by the injury event.
Perceived risk in purchase decisions may be lower when hope is strong, since stronger levels of hope: (a) increase the perception that the desired goal will happen; (b) lower the perception of the likelihood of negative consequences and of their severities (MacInnis & Chun, 2007).
Police will now only attend in exceptional circumstances including when an overdose is fatal, if there is a perceived risk to ambulance crew and paramedics or if there are any child protection issues involved.
In particular, we (1) explore the connection between perceived arsenic risk perceptions and smoking behavior and (2) examine the link between smoking status, exposure to arsenic in drinking water, perceived risk, and the decision to remove arsenic from drinking water.
Peter Praet says that the crisis has been reversing much of the financial integration brought about by the euro, with bond and money markets now charging some countries much higher interest premiums for added perceived risk.
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