Predicting differences in the perceived relevance of crime's costs and benefits in a test of rational choice theory.

  • J. Bouffard
  • Published 2007 in
    International journal of offender therapy and…


Previous hypothetical scenario tests of rational choice theory have presented all participants with the same set of consequences, implicitly assuming that these consequences would be relevant for each individual. Recent research demonstrates that those researcher-presented consequences do not accurately reflect those considered by study participants and… (More)


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