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Pt. Samson Tiara ‐ Safety & Survival Training Why People 'freeze' in an Emergency: Temporal and Cognitive Constraints on Survival Responses Pt. Samson Tiara ‐ Safety & Survival Training

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  title={Pt. Samson Tiara ‐ Safety \& Survival Training Why People 'freeze' in an Emergency: Temporal and Cognitive Constraints on Survival Responses Pt. Samson Tiara ‐ Safety \& Survival Training},
  author={J. Leach and Pt Samson Tiara}
}
Leach J. Why people 'freeze' in an emergency: temporal and cognitive constraints on survival responses. Leach J. Why people 'freeze' in an emergency: temporal and cognitive constraints on survival responses. Background: Many witnesses attest that victims of a disaster often perish despite reasonable possibilities for escaping because their behavior during the initial moments of the accident was inappropriate to the situation. Frequently witnesses report victims 'freezing' in the face of danger… Expand

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