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Mean difference between perceived health risk and perceived economic risk. Note: Standardized Mean Difference, Error Bars 95% CI

Mean difference between perceived health risk and perceived economic risk. Note: Standardized Mean Difference, Error Bars 95% CI

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This paper examines whether compliance with COVID-19 mitigation measures is motivated by wanting to save lives or save the economy (or both), and which implications this carries to fight the pandemic. National representative samples were collected from 24 countries (N=25,435). The main predictors were (i) perceived risk to contract coronavirus, (ii...

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