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ThesisOtsubo, Shirley MitsueThis study focused on the effectiveness of warning signs (words, pictographs, and both words and pictographs) placed on products different in perceived hazardousness. Effectiveness was investigated by studying the behavior of those who noticed, read, . . .
ThesisFriedmann, KeylaA study was conducted to determine the effects of adding a warning symbol to a consumer product warning, familiarity with the product, and the type of hazard associated with the product on warning conspicuity, user behavior, and recall. One hundred fo . . .
ThesisStrawbridge, Jill AnnetteWarnings on consumer products are typically the only devices used to elicit safe product use. Manufacturers have a legal duty to warn about predictable product dangers. and currently the legal system heavily emphasizes the importance of such written p . . .