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Decision strategies and susceptibility to phishing
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This study reports preliminary analysis of interviews with 20 non-expert computer users to reveal their strategies and understand their decisions when encountering possibly suspicious emails. Expand
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Promoting Healthy Choices: Information versus Convenience
Success in slowing obesity trends would benefit from policies aimed at reducing calorie consumption. In a field experiment at a fast-food sandwich chain, we address the effects of providing calorieExpand
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Strategies for Promoting Healthier Food Choices.
Between 1960 and 2004, the proportion of Americans meeting standard criteria for obesity increased from 13 percent to 31 percent (Katherine M. Flegal et al. 2002), and it has been proposed that, ifExpand
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Bridging the Gap in Computer Security Warnings: A Mental Model Approach
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A mental model interview study designed to gain insight into how advanced and novice computer users perceive and respond to computer warnings. Expand
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Social Stigma and Negative Consequences: Factors That Influence College Students' Decisions to Seek Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections
Abstract College students often delay or avoid seeking testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), even if the services are readily available. We used in-depth, semistructured interviews toExpand
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Expectations of Inflation: The Role of Demographic Variables, Expectation Formation, and Financial Literacy
When financial decisions have consequences beyond the immediate future, individuals' economic success may depend on their ability to forecast the rate of inflation. Higher inflation expectations haveExpand
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Behavioral response to phishing risk
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We show that deeper understanding of the web environment, such as being able to correctly interpret URLs and understanding what a lock signifies, is associated with less vulnerability to phishing attacks, as well as trusting legitimate emails. Expand
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Are your participants gaming the system?: screening mechanical turk workers
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We identified 764 of 1,962 people who did not answer conscientiously. Expand
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Interactive video behavioral intervention to reduce adolescent females' STD risk: a randomized controlled trial.
A longitudinal randomized design was used to evaluate the impact of a theoretically based, stand-alone interactive video intervention on 300 urban adolescent girls' (a) knowledge about sexuallyExpand
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Supplementing menu labeling with calorie recommendations to test for facilitation effects.
OBJECTIVES We examined the effect on food purchases of adding recommended calorie intake per day or per meal to the mandated calorie information posted on chain restaurant menus. METHODS Before andExpand
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