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Some dimensions of risk not often considered by engineers

Some dimensions of risk not often considered by engineers

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For many years risk analysis has informed the design and operation of technologically risky systems, and many engineers and scientists consider risk to be objectively measurable. But a great deal of research into the subject by social scientists, including psychological studies into risk perception and decision-making, should interest engineers and could inform improvements to the process of risk analysis.

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