Public Fears in Ukrainian Society

@article{Rybnikov2017PublicFI,
  title={Public Fears in Ukrainian Society},
  author={Sviatoslav R Rybnikov and Natalya A. Rybnikova and B. Portnov},
  journal={Psychology and Developing Societies},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={123 - 98}
}
  • Sviatoslav R Rybnikov, Natalya A. Rybnikova, B. Portnov
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • Psychology and Developing Societies
  • Numerous experimental studies have revealed that two statistical measures of biological populations—(a) the correlation between certain parameters of their members and (b) the dispersion of theses parameters—simultaneously increase under stress conditions. Later on, this effect was confirmed also for financial systems. In our study we tested the applicability of these two stress-indicating statistical measures to Ukrainian society. We examined the prolonged stress period preceding the 2014… CONTINUE READING
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