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Risk Attitudes and Birth Order

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Krause, Philipp ; Heindl, Johannes ; Jung, Andreas ; Langguth, Berthold ; Hajak, Göran ; Sand, Philipp G.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Aug 2016 05:19


Risk attitudes play important roles in health behavior and everyday decision making. It is unclear, however, whether these attitudes can be predicted from birth order. We investigated 200 mostly male volunteers from two distinct settings. After correcting for multiple comparisons, for the number of siblings and for confounding by gender, ordinal position predicted perception of health-related ...


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