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perception

the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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Comparing risk perceptions and risk management in organic and conventional dairy farming: empirical results from Norway.
The main objective of the study is to highlight the risk perception of mutual fund investors of Jammu and Kashmir.
H1: Factual knowledge of breast cancer is positively associated with women's risk perception of breast cancer.
Table 2 shows the associations of risk perception, emotional risk perception, perceived concern between perceived susceptibility and perceived severity for Zika.
absence) of pictographs, alongside numeric probability information, will lower risk perception for multiple-risk options but not for single-risk options.
Similarly, Forgas (1995) put forward the affect infusion model, according to which affect infusion is a stable, universal, and emotionally dependent cognitive process that influences individuals' risk perception. Fuzzy-trace theory suggests that individuals' processing of risk information is mainly based on fuzzy judgments rather than accurate calculations (Reyna & Brainerd, 1995, 2011), and these fuzzy judgments are usually associated with affect.
Singh and Bhowal (2009) found that risk perception level of individuals affect their investment in equity shares.
The variance in flood risk perceptions was not driven by different expectations of damages, post-flood government assistance, or insurance coverage.
Also, we found that only about half of the clinicians had accurate risk perceptions towards EVD, the most frequent deficit in risk perception being that most of the respondents considered countries that have had EVD outbreaks in the past to be at risk of the disease.