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Conceptual and methodological issues in studying alcohol’s harm to others

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Between a rock and a whirlpool? Measurement problems in assessing risk perceptions of illicit drug use

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Higher Education Students’ Perceptions of Environmental Issues and Media Coverage

’ information sources of education for sustainable development issues and their perceptions of environmental problems. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 39, 94–105. Lyytimäki, J. (2011). Mainstreaming climate policy: The role of media coverage in Finland. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 16 (6), 649–661. Lyytimäki, J., & Tapio, P. (2009). Climate change as reported in the press of Finland: From screaming headlines to penetrating background noise. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 66 (6), 723–735. Petersen, L

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And that is Where the Fun Ends - General Practitioners' Conceptualisation of the Line Between Recreational and Problem Gambling

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And That is Where the Fun Ends – General Practitioners’ Conceptualisation of the Line between Recreational and Problem Gambling

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Addiction and recovery: perceptions among professionals in the Swedish treatment system

References Andersson, B., Florell, L., & Samuelsson, E. (2004). Inställningar till självläkning - enstudie av diskurser kring beroendeproblematik [Perceptions of natural recovery - a study of discourses of addiction problems]. (Report no. 6). Stockholm: Social Services Administration Research and Development Unit. Bergmark, A., & Oscarsson, L. (1988). Drugmisuse and treatment: A study of socialconditions and contextual strategies . Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International. Blomqvist, J. (1998

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Public Perception of the Role of the Nigeria Police Force in Curbing the Menace of Kidnapping in Benin Metropolis, Southern Nigeria: A Criminological Study

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Disease perception and coping strategies for stress in Polish patients with various mental disorders

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Vulnerability Through Resilience?
An Example of the Counterproductive Effects of Spatially Related Governance in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg

district. Relevant aspects of socio-spatial identity and discourses are thus briefly expounded in Sect. 3 . Section 4 then discusses the context in which the IBA in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg developed, and recapitulates a summary of its key goals. Here perceptions of problems shared by the IBA and local actors are also outlined. On the basis of available empirical data, the focus of the paper is on the perceptions of local actors. In contrast, using the example of socio-spatial identity creation, Sect. 5 reconstructs and discusses local actors' resilience building

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How and why actions are selected: action selection and the dark room problem

science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 36 (3), 181-204. Clark, A. 2014. Perceiving as Predicting. In Mohan, M., Biggs, S., & Stokes, D. (eds.). Perception and Its Modalities . New York: Oxford University Press. Dickinson, A. & Balleine, B. 2002. The role of learning in the operation of motivational systems. In C. R. Gallistel. (ed). Steven’s handbook of experimental psychology: Learning, motivation and emotion . Volume 3. 3rd edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Eliasmith, C. 2007. How to build a brain: From function to implementation. Synthese

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