Sweta Chakraborty | Risk and Crisis Communication Recommendations for Industry Based on Advances in Cognitive Behavioral Science Research
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Risk and Crisis Communication Recommendations for Industry Based on Advances in Cognitive Behavioral Science Research

European Journal of Risk Regulation. 2: pp. 238-241

 

Advances in cognitive behavioral science have enhanced the understanding and development of both internal and external company risk communications. The gold standard for risk communication is to ensure that normative analysis identifying the information most relevant to the specific choices facing recipients has been conducted prior to any communication effort. It is all too often that this standard is not met, and particularly within private sector organizations.

 

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Authors

Lofstedt R, Bouder F, Chakraborty S.

Date

May 5, 2014

Category

PEER-REVIEW PAPERS