Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2015 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Exposure Perception as a Key Indicator of Risk Perception and Acceptance of Sources of Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

Table 5

Linear regression of age, gender, and education on concerns about various sources of EMF exposure (risk perception), beta values indicated, = statistically significant (level .05).

Dependent variable risk perception of-values for
GenderAgeEducation

Mobile phone (MP) calls.077 −.030 .029.008
WLAN close position.105 −.001 .038.012
MP use by others .043 −.029 .000.003
Laptop use on the lap.085−.071 .025 .015
Base station .047 −.018.016.007

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