The Role of Narcissism and Should Counterfactual Thinking in the Hindsight Bias
Conference Proceeding Article
The current study examined the effects of narcissism and should counterfactual thinking on the hindsight bias, and the moderating role of outcome favorability. Experimental data from 169 participants revealed that narcissism and outcome favorability interactively influenced should counterfactual thinking, which in turn influenced the hindsight bias.
Business | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Academy of Management Proceedings: 73rd AOM 2013, August 10-12, Orlando
Academy of Management
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Briarcliff Manor, NY
KAUSEL, Edgar E.; CULBERTSON, Satoris S.; JACKSON, Alexander T.; LEIVA, Pedro I.; and REB, Jochen.
The Role of Narcissism and Should Counterfactual Thinking in the Hindsight Bias. (2013). Academy of Management Proceedings: 73rd AOM 2013, August 10-12, Orlando. 1491-1496. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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