Perspective-Taking Judgments of Medication Acceptance : Inferences from Relative Importance about the Impact and Combination of Information

@inproceedings{Wills1996PerspectiveTakingJO,
  title={Perspective-Taking Judgments of Medication Acceptance : Inferences from Relative Importance about the Impact and Combination of Information},
  author={Celia E. Wills},
  year={1996}
}
portant to understand for everyday situations. Self-rePerspective-taking judgments of medication accepport data can be a major source of information for infertance were studied for hypothetical mental health ring how people make decisions or wish to make decitreatment scenarios. Three types of information were sions. For example, health care professionals may seek manipulated in all possible subsets: level of trust in the people’s opinions about the importance of various facmedication… CONTINUE READING

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