Towards consensus on fear appeals  /

Listing health risks as predictor of health behavior

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Description: The aim of this project is to test the hypothesis that people who engage in health behavior are able to list more behavior-specific health risks, for example that people who exercise regularly can name more diseases prevented by exercise than people who do not (if you correct for education level); that people who consistently use condoms can name more STI's than people who do not; or that people who don't drink alcohol can name more diseases causes by alcohol consumption than people who do not.

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