Risk related behaviour under different ambient scent conditions

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Alina Gagarina; Indre Pikturniene;
  • Publisher: Faculty of Business and Management
  • Journal: Trendy ekonomiky a managementu, volume 2,016, pages 21-29 (issn: 2336-6508, eissn: 2336-6508)
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.13164/trends.2016.26.21
  • Subject: risk aversion | HF5001-6182 | Lithuania ; Ambient scent ; Decision making heuristics ; Risk aversion ; Anchoring ; Affect heuristic ; Economics | Business | Ambient scent | decision making heuristics | affect heuristic. | anchoring

The article analyses the effect of two ambient scents (peppermint and vanilla) and their intensiveness on risk related behaviour that is expressed through selected decision making heuristics. Purpose of the article: The purpose of this article is to identify the rela... View more
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