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How do risk preferences relate to malaria care-seeking behavior and the acceptability of a new health technology in Nigeria?

  • Author(s): Montagu, Dominic
  • Liu, J
  • Modrek, S
  • Anyanti, J
  • Nwokolo, E
  • De, A
  • Schatzkin, E
  • Isiguzo, C
  • Ujuju, C
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4162956?pdf=render
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Abstract

© 2014 Liu et al.Background: To reduce the burden of disease from malaria, innovative approaches are needed to engender behavior change. One unobservable, but fundamental trait-preferences for risk-may influence individuals' willingness to adopt new health

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