In this dissertation, the relationship between personal characteristics and exposure to aggression by citizens was studied, using interviews and survey research, among emergency medical workers, firefighters and police officers

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Keywords agressie, geweld, hulpverleners, slachtofferschap, psychologie, politie, ambulance, brandweer, burger, interactie, conflict, slachtoffer, sociale informatieverwerking, responsbeslissing, negatief affect, dominantie, vijandige attributie, zelfevaluatie, zelfvertrouwen, empathie, geduld, werk, publiek, organisatie, aggression, violence, emergency responders, first responders, victimization, psychology, police, firefighters, citizen, interaction, victim, social information processing, response decision, negative affect, dominance, hostile attribution, self evaluation, self esteem, empathy, patience, job, public, organization
Promotor F.M. Weerman (Frank) , H.G. van de Bunt (Henk) , T.F.C. Fischer (Tamar)
Publisher Erasmus University Rotterdam
ISBN 978-94-6375-780-5
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/124505
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van Reemst, L. (2020, March 5). Emergency Responders at Risk: an empirical analysis of the relationship between emergency responders’ characteristics and their exposure to aggression by citizens. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/124505

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