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How We are Prone to Errors in Decisions for Radiation Safety

February 27, 2013

Ray has been writing a series newsletters to help explain how people tend to make quick decisions about radiation safety by the normal functions of their subconscious mind and how that process is prone to errors. Our subconscious mind is constantly scanning inputs from our environment to predict and avoid imminent danger. This process is very fast and could determine our survival for some dangers, such as a striking snake. However, this process does not do well for dangers which are not imminent, such as radiation.

If you would like to know more, visit the Radiation Safety Counceling Institute website at    http://radiationcounseling.org/news.html

There you can sign up to receive future monthly newsletters as well as review the series on “How We are Prone to Errors in Decisions for Radiation Safety”.

We hope you find this information helpful.

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