Culture and Risk Perception: The Effect of Risk Framing on Financial Deception

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Previous studies have shown that East Asians differ from Americans in cognitive styles. Americans tend to perceive more personal control than East Asians do in explaining social events (Nisbett et al., 2001). The current study aims to investigate how Americans and East Asians respond to different types of risk framing in their decision about performing dishonest behavior. American and Chinese part...

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