Random-Controlled Trial on the Impact of Affect [Happiness/Fear] on Privacy Behavioral Intentions

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Description: In two single-blind within-subjects random-controlled trials me investigate the impact of induced fear and happiness on privacy behavioral intention.

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Structured Abstract Background. Incidental emotions users feel during their online activities may alter their general stance on privacy behavioral intentions. Aim. The aim of this study is to investigate to what extent an incidental affect state of induced happiness or fear causes differences in privacy behavioral intention. Method. In a within-subjects random-controlled trial, $N=60$ participan...

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