Feeling Duped: Emotional, Motivational, and Cognitive Aspects of Being Exploited by Others

Abstract

Feeling duped is an aversive emotional response to the perception of having been taken advantage of in a interpersonal transaction (primarily those involving economic exchange), partly as a result of one’s own decisions. The actual likelihood of being duped, as well as the heightened vigilance for it, should increase as a function of opportunity (e.g… (More)

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