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| 03/08/2010

Indirect warnings and instructions produce behavioral compliance

Eric Feng | Michael Wogalter

In this study, participants performed a computer memory task while compliance to three safety measures was monitored. Compling with indirect warnings – that is, warnings triggered by entities other than researchers – was not significantly different to compliance with direct warnings. The research suggests there are effective ways to warn people other than from the top down.

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