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A Review of Risk Perception in Building Fire Evacuation
Risk perception (RP) is studied in many research disciplines (e.g., safety engineering, psychology, and sociology), and the context in which RP is studied varies greatly. Definitions of RP can be broadly divided into expectancy-value and risk-as-feeling approaches. RP is seen as the personalization of the risk related to a current event, such as an ongoing fire emergency, and is influenced by emotions and prone to cognitive biases. The present article is a literature review that differentiatesdoi:10.6028/nist.tn.1840 fatcat:sodmgc32fzdhbbon7cb7cdktky