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ERIC Number: EJ157997
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Perceived Informational Value and Affective Consequences of Choice Behavior and Intermediate Difficulty Task Selection
Meyer, Wulf-Uwe; And Others
Journal of Research in Personality, 10, 4, 410-23, Dec 76
Four experiments are presented that examine the affective and the informational explanations of risk-preference behavior. Experiments I and II provide a phenomenological analysis of the affective and informational determinants of choice behavior while Experiments III and IV investigates at what level of difficulty individuals most desire information about their performance on a specific task. (Author/RK)
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