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Numeracy and Risk Literacy: What Have We Learned so Far?

  • Rocio Garcia-Retamero (a1), Agata Sobkow (a2), Dafina Petrova (a3), Dunia Garrido (a1) and Jakub Traczyk (a2)...

Abstract

Numerical skills are essential to make informed decisions in our daily life. Unfortunately, many people lack basic numeracy, which limits their ability to accurately interpret risks (i.e., risk literacy). In this paper, we provide an overview of research investigating the role of numeracy in two prominent domains, where most research was concentrated, health and finance. We summarize what has been learned so far in these domains and suggest promising venues for future research. We conclude that it is important to conduct interventions to improve numeracy in less numerate individuals and to help them make informed decisions and achieve better life outcomes.

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*Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Rocio Garcia-Retamero. Universidad de Granada. Departamento de Psicología Experimental. Campus de Cartuja S/N. 18071 Granada (Spain). E-mail: rretamer@ugr.es

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The second affiliation of Rocio Garcia-Retamero is Harding Center for Risk Literacy, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (Germany).

The second and third affiliations of Dafina Petrova are Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública (EASP), Granada (Spain); and CIBER de Epidemiología y Salud Pública (CIBERESP), Madrid (Spain).

This research was supported by a grant from the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (Spain) (PSI2011-22954 and PSI2014-51842-R), the Max Planck Society (Germany), the National Science Centre (Poland) (2015/17/D/HS6/00703), the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Poland) (BST/Wroc/2016/B/7), and Dafina Petrova is supported by a Juan de la Cierva Fellowship (FJCI-2016-28279) from the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness.

How to cite this article:Garcia-Retamero, R., Sobkow, A., Petrova, D., Garrido, D., & Traczyk, J. (2019). Numeracy and risk literacy: What have we learned so far? The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 22. e10. Doi:10.1017/sjp.2019.16

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Numeracy and Risk Literacy: What Have We Learned so Far?

  • Rocio Garcia-Retamero (a1), Agata Sobkow (a2), Dafina Petrova (a3), Dunia Garrido (a1) and Jakub Traczyk (a2)...

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