Volume 23, Number 4—April 2017
Discussion of Average versus Extreme Case Severity in Pandemic Risk Communications
|Average case scenario
||Extreme case scenario
|Worry if symptoms||Reference||–0.01||+0.20|
|Worry about extreme||Reference||+0.07||+0.13|
|Worry if symptoms||–0.23||–0.08||–0.07|
|Worry about extreme||–0.07||–0.01||+0.01|
|Worry if symptoms||+0.26||+0.18||+0.17|
|Worry about extreme||+0.22||+0.13||+0.13|
+, increased worry; –, decreased worry.
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