David Modic

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Evolutionary psychology suggests that men are more likely than women to deceive to bolster their status and influence. Also gender perception influences deceptive behavior, which is linked to pervasive gender stereotypes: women are typically viewed as weaker and more gullible than men. We assessed bluffing in an online experiment (N = 502), where(More)
I n last issue's column, Monica T. Whitty provided an overview of mass-marketing fraud. 1 In this article , we delve deeper into the emotional aftermath of Internet fraud. We empirically show that understanding fraud's emotional consequences is necessary in the fight against fraud. Different affective costs are associated with different types of traditional(More)
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