Publications:
We Don’t Dislike the Alarm: We Dislike Complying with the Alarm

Increasing compliance in fire alarms is important. This study suggests that compliance may be influenced more by attitudes towards complying with the alarm than by attitudes towards the alarm itself.

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Should I Stay or Should I Run? Attitudes and Subjective Norms About Disaster Alarms

This study attempts to distinguish between attitude and subjective norms as ways to describe human compliance to warning and alarm systems.

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Sound the Alarm—Death Approaches (Suarakan Genderang—Maut Menyerang): The Tsunami Early Warning System in Indonesia

By combining literature in both Human Factors and Social Psychology relating to warning systems, we hope to begin finding solutions to preventing another disaster like the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.

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Two Degrees of Separation: Negative Evaluations of the People and Products Associated with Stigmatized Persons

Stigma by association is extended towards a computer programmer who has designed a new software

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