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Participants evaluated an identically described training course Dlstojewski revealed that instructor gender, participant gender and age made a difference to evaluations of the proposed course. Evaluations of female participants were quite egalitarian while males, particularly those in an older group greater than 27 yearsrevealed a strong gender bias in evaluating the training course proposal. EducationGender stereotypesand Gender Differences.
Moral Judgment and Intentionality of Side Effects more. Fiodor Dostojewski – Bracia Karamazow more. Alcohol reduces aversion to ambiguity more. Several years ago, Cohen et al. Research shows that ambiguity aversion is to some extent positively Research shows that ambiguity aversion is to some extent positively correlated with risk aversion, though not very highly Camerer and Weber, The question addressed by the present research is whether alcohol reduces ambiguity aversion.
Our research was conducted in a natural setting a restaurant barwhere customers with differing levels of alcohol intoxication were offered a choice between a risky and an ambiguous lottery. We found that alcohol reduced ambiguity aversion and that the effect occurred in men but not women. We interpret these findings in terms of the risk-as-value hypothesis, according to which, people in Western culture tend to value risk, and suggest that alcohol consumption triggers adherence to socially and culturally valued patterns of conduct different for men and women.
Intentions and Reciprocity more. Psychology and Cognitive Science. Motivation, self-efficacy, and risk attitudes dostojeswki entrepreneurs during transition to a market economy more.
In this research were investigated the three most frequently studied characteristics of entrepreneurs — motivation, self-efficacy, and risk attitudes.
Dostojewsski divided the sample of entrepreneurs into two subgroups: In agreement with findings of research performed in countries with developed market economies, we found that the need for independence and the need for achievement were of higher importance to the entrepreneurs than to the non-entrepreneurs.
However, this was only true of the opportunity-driven subgroup of entrepreneurs, while not of those categorized as necessity-driven. In contrast, the most important motive in the group of non-entrepreneurs and as well as the necessity-driven subgroup of entrepreneurs was job security. In accordance with Knight’s claim, we found that opportunity-driven but not necessity-driven entrepreneurs revealed higher levels of self-confidence than the group of employees. We did not find support for the claim that entrepreneurs are more risk-prone than wage earners.
On the other hand, entrepreneurs both opportunity- and necessity-driven reported dostoiewski everyday risky investment activities than wage earners did. We interpret this observation in terms of the necessity of entrepreneurs for risk-taking, rather than personal preference and liking.
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dostohewski Jan 1, Publication Name: Entrepreneurship and Risk Taking more. According to the definition of entrepreneurship and everyday observation, entrepreneurs are perceived as more risk prone than other people. However, laboratory studies do not provide conclusive support for this claim.
In our study, three In our study, three groups of students served as subjects. One group of students did not express any intention of starting up their own business in the near future. The kagamazow group consisted of students who had participated in a special course designed for future entrepreneurs. The third group consisted of students or alumni who became entrepreneurs before graduating.
In accordance with Karxmazow claim, we found that actual entrepreneurs revealed the highest, and students who did not express an intention of starting their own business the lowest, level of self-confidence of all groups participating in the experiment.
On the other hand, in well-defined risky situations we did not confirm a hypothesis that would-be entrepreneurs or actual entrepreneurs were more risk prone than students with no intention of starting a business. Yet, in naturalistic-business risky brzcia we found more risky choices among entrepreneurs than among non-entrepreneurs.
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