Characteristics of the Behaviors to Collect Information from AvailableMedia in the Students of the Universities Located in the Damaged and Non-Damaged Prefectures Around the Period of the 2011 off Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake
International Research Institute of Disaster and Science, Tohoku University, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 6-6-04 Aoba, Aramaki-aza, Aobaku, Sendai City, Miyagi 980-8579, Japan
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