DOI: 10.3758/s13428-022-01876-7
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Abstract: Risky-choice and attribute framing effects are well-known cognitive biases, where choices are influenced by the way information is presented. To assess susceptibility to these framing types, the Resistance to Framing scale is often used, although its performance has rarely been extensively tested. In an online survey among university students from Bulgaria (N = 245) and North America (N = 261), we planned to examine the scale’s psychometric properties, structural validity, and measurement invariance. However, … Show more

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