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Ann Bostrom
Ann Bostrom
Weyerhaeuser Endowed Professor in Environmental Policy, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance
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Risk Communication: A Mental Models Approach
MG Morgan, B Fischhoff, A Bostrom, CJ Atman
Cambridge University Press, 2002
23742002
Where are Cultural and Social in Ecosystem Services? A Framework for Constructive Engagement
KMA Chan, AD Guerry, P Balvanera, S Klain, T Satterfield, X Basurto, ...
BioScience 62 (8), 744-756, 2012
12662012
Risk perception and communication
B Fischhoff, A Bostrom, MJ Quadrel
Annual review of public health 14 (1), 183-203, 1993
1059*1993
Risk perception and communication
B Fischhoff, A Bostrom, MJ Quadrel
Annual review of public health 14 (1), 183-203, 1993
1055*1993
What do people know about global climate change? 1. Mental models
A Bostrom, MG Morgan, B Fischhoff, D Read
Risk Analysis 14 (6), 959-970, 1994
9201994
Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards
JR Eiser, A Bostrom, I Burton, DM Johnston, J McClure, D Paton, ...
International journal of disaster risk reduction 1, 5-16, 2012
7042012
Characterizing mental models of hazardous processes: A methodology and an application to radon
A Bostrom, B Fischhoff, MG Morgan
Journal of social issues 48 (4), 85-100, 1992
5191992
Characterizing mental models of hazardous processes: A methodology and an application to radon
A Bostrom, B Fischhoff, MG Morgan
Journal of social issues 48 (4), 85-100, 1992
5191992
Communicating science effectively: A research agenda
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
National Academies Press, 2017
5172017
What do people know about global climate change? 2. Survey studies of educated laypeople
D Read, A Bostrom, MG Morgan, B Fischhoff, T Smuts
Risk Analysis 14 (6), 971-982, 1994
4661994
What do people know about global climate change? 2. Survey studies of educated laypeople
D Read, A Bostrom, MG Morgan, B Fischhoff, T Smuts
Risk Analysis 14 (6), 971-982, 1994
4661994
Now what do people know about global climate change? Survey studies of educated laypeople
TW Reynolds, A Bostrom, D Read, MG Morgan
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 30 (10), 1520-1538, 2010
4232010
Assessing what to address in science communication
W Bruine de Bruin, A Bostrom
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (supplement_3), 14062-14068, 2013
3492013
Communicating risk to the public-First learn what people know and believe
G Morgan
Environmental Science and Technology 26, 2048-2056, 1992
3241992
The Overestimated Workweek-What time diary measures suggest
JP Robinson, A Bostrom
Monthly Lab. Rev. 117, 11, 1994
2931994
Designing risk communications: completing and correcting mental models of hazardous processes, Part I
CJ Atman, A Bostrom, B Fischhoff, MG Morgan
Risk Analysis 14 (5), 779-788, 1994
2881994
Risky business: challenges in vaccine risk communication
LK Ball, G Evans, A Bostrom
Pediatrics 101 (3), 453-458, 1998
2631998
Interdependent response of networked systems
L Dueñas-Osorio, JI Craig, BJ Goodno, A Bostrom
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 13 (3), 185-194, 2007
2332007
Causal thinking and support for climate change policies: International survey findings
A Bostrom, RE O’Connor, G Böhm, D Hanss, O Bodi, F Ekström, P Halder, ...
Global Environmental Change 22 (1), 210-222, 2012
2212012
Factors affecting hurricane evacuation intentions
JK Lazo, A Bostrom, RE Morss, JL Demuth, H Lazrus
Risk analysis 35 (10), 1837-1857, 2015
2112015
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