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Psychology and Disaster: Why We Do Not See Looming Disasters and How Our Way of Thinking Causes Them

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  • Anne van Aaken
  • Janis Antonovics
  • Andreas Glöckner

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  • Anne van Aaken & Janis Antonovics & Andreas Glöckner, 2016. "Psychology and Disaster: Why We Do Not See Looming Disasters and How Our Way of Thinking Causes Them," Global Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science, vol. 7, pages 16-24, May.
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