Browsing Faculty of Psychology by Subject "terrorism"
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Flux and permanence of risk perceptions: Tourists' perception of the relative and absolute risk for various destinations (Wiley, 2016-12)The present investigation is a cross-sectional, multi-national, quantitative, and quasi-experimental comparison of tourists’ risk perceptions regarding different destinations throughout the past decade. Over 10,000 tourists ...Journal article
Like a bridge over troubled water? A longitudinal study of general social support, colleague support, and leader support as recovery factors after a traumatic event (Taylor & Francis, 2017)Background: Whereas the association between social support and psychological distress has been well-established through both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies, less is known about whether social support influences ...Journal article