Valuing health for oneself versus one's child or elderly parent.

Abstract

The aim of this study was to determine if adults value health states or are willing to accept risk differently for themselves than for their children or elderly parents. Participants (701) were asked to rate four hypothetical health states for themselves using both the standard gamble and time trade-off methodologies. They then did the same assessments for… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1359105317712574

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@article{Carroll2017ValuingHF, title={Valuing health for oneself versus one's child or elderly parent.}, author={Aaron E. Carroll and Chandan Saha and Susan Ofner and Stephen M Downs}, journal={Journal of health psychology}, year={2017}, pages={1359105317712574} }