SHARE SRA Research line 1: Social, political, psychological, historical and economic factors influencing perceptions, expectations and behaviours regarding radiological protection and applications of ionising radiation

Albani, V., Vale, L. D., Pearce, M., Ostroumova, E., Liutsko, L., & SHAMISEN Consortium. (2021). Aspects of economic costs and evaluation of health surveillance systems after a radiation accident with a focus on an ultrasound thyroid screening programme for children. Environment International, 156, 106571.

Hoti, F., Perko, T., Tafili, V., Sala, R., Zeleznik, N., Tomkiv, Y., Turcanu, C., Thijssen, P., Renn, O. (2021). Knowing the unknowns: Uncertainties during radiological emergencies. International Journal of Disaster Reduction (59).

Hoti, F., Perko, T., Thijssen, P. and Renn, O. (2021). Radiation risks and uncertainties: a scoping review to support communication and informed decision-making. Journal of Radiological Protection (40) 612.

Ougthon, D., Liutsko, L., et al. (2021). An Ethical Dimension to Accident Management and Health Surveillance. Environment International,153, 106537.

Maître, M., Croüail, P., Schneider, T., Kuroda, Y., Miyazaki, M., Tanigawa, K., … & Ostroumova, E. (2020). Living conditions and health status of populations living in territories impacted by nuclear accidents–Some lessons for developing health surveillance programme. Environment International, 147, 106294.

Turcanu, C., Prades, A., Sala, R., Perko, T. and Oltra, C., (2020). Fusion energy: A deeper look into attitudes among the general public. Fusion Engineering and Design, 161, p.111891.

Turcanu, C., Sala, R., Perko, T., Abelshausen, B., Oltra, C., Tomkiv, Y., . . . Zeleznik, N. (2020). How would citizens react to official advice in a nuclear emergency? Insights from research in three European countries. Journal of Contingency and Crisis Management.

Latré, E., Thijssen, P., & Perko, T. (2019). The party politics of nuclear energy: Party cues and public opinion regarding nuclear energy in Belgium. Energy Research & Social Science(47), 192-201.

Liutsko, L., Ohba, T., Cardis, E., Schneider, T., & Oughton, D. (2018). Socio-economic, historical and cultural background: implications for behaviour after radiation accidents and better resilience, Chapter of book in: Environmental Health Risks: Ethical Aspects (Zölzer F and Meskens G, Eds.), Chapter 3, pp. 28- 42, UK: Routledge, Oxford.

Latré, E., Perko, T., & Thijssen, P. (2017). Public opinion change after the Fukushima nuclear accident: the role of national context revisited. Energy policy, ISSN 0301-4215-104, 124-133.

Oughton, D. (2016). Societal and ethical aspects of the Fukushima accident. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 12(4), 651-653.

Perko, T., Adam, B., & Stassen, K. R. (2015). The differences in perception of radiological risks: lay people versus new and experienced employees in the nuclear sector. Journal of Risk Research, 18(1 ), 40-54.

Perko, T. (2014). Radiation Risk Perception: A Discrepancy Between the Experts and the General PopulationJournal of Environmental Radioactivity, 133, 86-91.

Turcanu, C., Perko, T., & Laes, E. (2014). Public participation processes related to nuclear research installations: What are the driving factors behind participation intention?Public Understanding of Science, 23(3), 331–347.

Železnik, N., Constantin, M., Schneider, N., Mays, C., Zakrzewska, G., Diaconu, D. (2016). Lay public mental models of ionizing radiation: Representations and risk perception in four European countries. Journal of Radiological Protection 36, 2.