This article provides a critique of Professors Feigenson and Slovic's submissions to the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Fear and Risk Perception in Times of Democratic Crisis Symposium. Examined are two common mistakes that behaviorists make; 1) discounting the rational account too quickly and 2) reflexively advocating a governmental "fix."

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