Video: Risk Perceptions And Health Care: How Peoples Values Shape Perception of The HPV Vaccine

Introduction (via situationist)

The “cultural cognition thesis” argues that individuals form risk perceptions based on often-contested personal views about what makes a good society. Now, Yale University Law professor Dr. Dan Kahan and his colleagues reveals how people’s values shape their perceptions of one of the most hotly debated health care proposals in recent years: vaccinating elementary-school girls, ages 11-12, against human papillomavirus (HPV), a widespread sexually transmitted disease.

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27. January 2010 by Miguel Barbosa
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