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An Investigation of the Factors Underlying Consumers' Implementation of Specific Food Safety Practices.

Social cognition models were used to determine consumers attitudes, beliefs and knowledge of food safety. Results suggest measures of perceived behavioural control, perceived barriers and perceived risk may provide developers of food safety intervention materials and more useful information compared with measures of knowledge or intention.British Food Journal. 2003; 105 : 434-453.

Author: Clayton D, Griffith CJ, Price P

Published: 01/01/2003

Publication Type: Journal article

Publisher: BMJ