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Volume 28, Number 1, February 2008

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Application of Correspondence Analysis in the Assessment of Mine Tailings Dam Breakage Risk in the Mediterranean Region
pp. 13-23(11)
Authors: Salgueiro, Ana Rita; Pereira, Henrique Garcia; Rico, Maria-Teresa; Benito, Gerado; Díez-Herreo, Andrés

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Work-Related Road Safety: An Analysis Based on U.K. Bus Driver Performance
pp. 25-35(11)
Authors: Dorn, Lisa; af Wåhlberg, Anders

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A Risk-Benefit Analysis of French High Fish Consumption: A QALY Approach
pp. 37-48(12)
Authors: Guevel, Marie-Renée; Sirot, Véronique; Volatier, Jean-Luc; Leblanc, Jean-Charles

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A Fuzzy Decision Tree for Fault Classification
pp. 49-67(19)
Authors: Zio, Enrico; Baraldi, Piero; Popescu, Irina C.

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Combining Measures of Risk Perceptions and Risk Activities: The Development of the RAPRA and PRISC Indices
pp. 69-79(11)
Authors: Abbott-Chapman, Joan; Denholm, Carey; Wyld, Colin

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A Psychometric Study of Information Technology Risks in the Workplace
pp. 81-93(13)
Authors: Coles, Robert; Hodgkinson, Gerard P.

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Comparative Risk Analysis of Dioxins in Fish and Fine Particles from Heavy-Duty Vehicles
pp. 127-140(14)
Authors: Leino, Olli; Tainio, Marko; Tuomisto, Jouni T.

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Contemporary Terrorism: Risk Perception in the London Options Market
pp. 151-160(10)
Authors: Garvey, John; Mullins, Martin

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Individual- and Community-Level Effects on Risk Perception in Cancer Cluster Investigations
pp. 161-178(18)
Authors: Trumbo, Craig W.; McComas, Katherine A.; Besley, John C.

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Food Safety in the Domestic Environment: The Effect of Consumer Risk Information on Human Disease Risks
pp. 179-192(14)
Authors: Nauta, Maarten J.; Fischer, Arnout R. H.; van Asselt, Esther D.; de Jong, Aarieke E. I.; Frewer, Lynn J.; de Jonge, Rob

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Societal Risk Perception Among African Villagers Without Access to the Media
pp. 193-202(10)
Authors: Kpanake, Lonzozou; Chauvin, Bruno; Mullet, Etienne

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A Flexible Count Data Regression Model for Risk Analysis
pp. 213-223(11)
Authors: Guikema, Seth D.; Goffelt, Jeremy P.

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Aggregating Disparate Epidemiological Evidence: Comparing Two Seminal EMF Reviews
pp. 225-234(10)
Authors: O'Carroll, Michael J.; Henshaw, Denis L.

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The Perceived Health Risks of Indoor Radon Gas and Overhead Powerlines: A Comparative Multilevel Approach
pp. 235-248(14)
Authors: Poortinga, Wouter; Cox, Patrick; Pidgeon, Nick F.

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