Who’s been framed? Framing effects are reduced in financial gambles made for others
Ziegler, Fenja V. and Tunney, Richard J. (2015) Who’s been framed? Framing effects are reduced in financial gambles made for others. BMC Psychology, 3 (9). pp. 1-6. ISSN 2050-7283
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Background: Decisions made on behalf of other people are sometimes more rational than those made for oneself. In this study we used a monetary gambling task to ask if the framing effect in decision-making is reduced in surrogate decision-making.
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