Differential Effects of Mood on Risky Choice Versus Advice
We investigated the effects of positive mood on risky choice versus advice. We found that people in happy mood are more likely to give a risky advice but less likely to make a risky decision for themselves than those in neutral mood. However, this effect was context-dependent.
Association for Psychological Science 21st Annual Convention
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San Francisco, CA
YANG, Hwajin, LUAN, Shenghua, & YANG, S..(2009). Differential Effects of Mood on Risky Choice Versus Advice. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science 21st Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
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