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Threat Fatigue

This term refers to the tendency of people not responding to warnings and threats because they have already received so many.

For example, people living in a area with a high risk of flash floods might not prepare for a hurricane warning if they receive weekly warnings about flooding. Similar to Crying Wolf

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