From the Editors
Will the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Proposed Standards for Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica Reduce Workplace Risk?
Different Factors for Different Causes: Analysis of the Spatial Aggregations of Fire Ignitions in Catalonia (Spain)
Transparency in Europe: A Quantitative Study
Cognitive and Motivational Biases in Decision and Risk Analysis
The Inverse Relation Between Risks and Benefits: The Role of Affect and Expertise
Predicting Vaccination Intention and Benefit and Risk Perceptions: The Incorporation of Affect, Trust, and Television Influence in a Dual-Mode Model
At Home on the Range? Lay Interpretations of Numerical Uncertainty Ranges
Dependence Assessment in Human Reliability Analysis Using Evidence Theory and AHP
Probability Elicitation Under Severe Time Pressure: A Rank-Based Method
Major Accidents (Gray Swans) Likelihood Modeling Using Accident Precursors and Approximate Reasoning
Risk-Based Decision Making for Reoccupation of Contaminated Areas Following a Wide-Area Anthrax Release
Norovirus Dose–Response: Are Currently Available Data Informative Enough to Determine How Susceptible Humans Are to Infection from a Single Virus?
Protecting Seniors Against Environmental Disasters. From Hazards and Vulnerability to Prevention and Resilience. By Michael R. Greenberg. London and New York: Earthscan from Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. xi–xvii, 210 pages. $145.00