Risk perception as a function of risk exposure amongst rock climbers
AffiliationUniversité de la Méditerranée ; University of Chester ; Autonomous University of Barcelona
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AbstractThis article discusses a study of 235 climbers which examined the extent to which climbers' climbing safety perceived competence and perceived own absolute and comparative risk of getting seriously injured whilst climbing is related to risk exposure.
CitationPsychology of Sport and Exercise, 2009, 10(1), pp. 193-200.
JournalPsychology of Sport and Exercise
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