Thinking Styles and Privacy Decisions: Need for Cognition, Faith into Intuition, and the Privacy Calculus

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Investigating cognitive processes that underlie privacy-related decisions, prior research has primarily adopted a “privacy calculus” view, indicating privacy-related decisions to constitute rational anticipations of risks and benefits connected to data disclosure. Referring to psychological limitations and heuristic thinking, however, recent research has… (More)

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