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We introduce the Berlin Numeracy Test, a new psychometrically sound instrument that quickly assesses statistical numeracy and risk literacy. We present 21 studies (n=5336) showing robust psychometric discriminability across 15numerical questions about risk). The Berlin Numeracy Test was found to be the strongest predictor of comprehension of everyday risks(More)
BACKGROUND Visual aids tend to help diverse and vulnerable individuals understand risk communications, as long as these individuals have a basic understanding of graphs (i.e., graph literacy). Tests of objective graph literacy (OGL) can effectively identify individuals with limited skills, highlighting vulnerabilities and facilitating custom-tailored risk(More)
BACKGROUND Prevention is most effective in reducing dengue infection risk, especially in endemic countries like Pakistan. Evaluation of public awareness and health beliefs regarding dengue fever (DF) is important for devising disease control strategies. This study assessed dengue knowledge, health beliefs, and preventive practices against DF in different(More)
The Department of Psychology and Applied Psychology publishes Journal of Behavioural Sciences on annual basis. It covers a wide range of issues in Psychology and related disciplines. Furthermore, researches from different countries of the world are also encouraged. Empirical articles submitted for publication should clearly emphasize the following: a)(More)
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