DETERMINANTS OF RISKY DECISION-MAKING BEHAVIOR: A TEST OF THE MEDIATING ROLE OF RISK PERCEPTIONS AND PROPENSITY.

  • SITKIN S
  • WEINGART L
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Abstract

The reported research examined the usefulness of placing risk propensity and risk perception in a more central role in models of risky decision making than has been done previously. Specifically, this article reports on two studies that examined a model in which risk propensity and risk perception mediate the effects of problem framing and outcome history on risky decision-making behavior. Implications of the pattern of results for future research are discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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  • S. B. SITKIN

  • L. R. WEINGART

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