Why human brains are bad at assessing the risks of pandemics

We are very pleased to see the work of Harald Schupp's lab in collaboration with our research group featured in The Washington Post article "Why human brains are bad at assessing the risks of pandemics".

Risk perception is highly individual, which has been shown in a 2013 study by Harald Schupp's lab in cooperation with @HealthPsyKN measuring brain activity - great to see our work @unikonstanz contribute to the understanding of how people perceive pandemics such as #COVID19. https://t.co/S1xmSk8jMl
— Health Psychology Uni Konstanz (@HealthPsyKN) September 14, 2020

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