How to Measure Panic in People

How to Measure Panic in People

By Geraldine Cook
October 16, 2012

Behavioral and panic patterns shown by people during natural disasters or social conflicts are decisive in figuring out the final toll of human loss and material damages. During these critical situations, it is recommended to keep calm, as evidence showed in Japan when the tsunami battered the island in March 2011. To greater peace, less collateral damage to regret.

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