Fear, Disgust, and Territory: A Comment on Martin and Wiebe
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AbstractMartin’s and Wiebe’s use of the Hazard Precaution Theory are evaluated in the light of biological theories of territory or home range. The activation of precautionary actions is also connected to hyperactive agent detection as described by Guthrie and Barrett.
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