A Domain-Specific Risk-Taking ( DOSPERT ) scale for adult populations

@inproceedings{Blais2003ADR,
  title={A Domain-Specific Risk-Taking ( DOSPERT ) scale for adult populations},
  author={A. Blais},
  year={2003}
}
This paper provides a revised version of the original Domain-Speci c Risk-Taking (DOSPERT) scale developed by Weber, Blais, and Betz (2002) that is shorter and applicable to a broader range of ages, cultures, and educational levels. It also provides a French translation of the revised scale. Using multilevel modeling, we investigated the risk-return relationship between apparent risk taking and risk perception in 5 risk domains. The results replicate previously reported di erences in reported… CONTINUE READING
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