Towards a Psychometric Risk Perception Model of Risks from Domestic Fire Hazards

G Bradley, KE Boyce

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LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings 3rd International Symposium Human Behaviour in Fire - Public Fire Safety - Professionals in Partnership
Pages79-90
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2004

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Bradley, G., & Boyce, KE. (2004). Towards a Psychometric Risk Perception Model of Risks from Domestic Fire Hazards. In Proceedings 3rd International Symposium Human Behaviour in Fire - Public Fire Safety - Professionals in Partnership (pp. 79-90)
Bradley, G ; Boyce, KE. / Towards a Psychometric Risk Perception Model of Risks from Domestic Fire Hazards. Proceedings 3rd International Symposium Human Behaviour in Fire - Public Fire Safety - Professionals in Partnership. 2004. pp. 79-90
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