Monday, August 16, 2010
A recent study reveals Americans are quite the optimists when it comes to disaster risk. Posted in Risk Analysis, results from the study showed that between 365 mental health workers from Japan, Argentina and the U.S., Americans had the lowest risk perceptions for terrorism.
"Although participants from the USA had a higher exposure to terrorist events than those from Japan and Argentina, they believed they were least vulnerable to them." - eht-forum.org
Authors of the study think the optimism can be attributed to the United States' position of power in the world.
For more on the study go to eht-forum.org.
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