Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004
SARS Risk Perception, Knowledge, Precautions, and Information Sources, the Netherlands
|1. Perceived risk of acquiring SARS
|2. Perceived risk of acquiring SARS compared to others
|3. Worry about getting SARS
|4. Worry about SARS as a health problem
|5. Knowledge about SARS
|6. Self-reported precautionary actions to avoid SARS
|7. Perceived ability to avoid SARS
|8. Perceived ability to avoid SARS compared to others||–0.27a||–0.49c||–0.23a||–0.21a||–0.09||–0.03||0.30a|
ap < 0.001.
bp < 0.05.
cp < 0.01.
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