The Europeans were more conservative than the rest, with respectively 67 percent German and British, and 66 percent of French believing their IT policies held back risk-taking
, versus just 45 percent of Chinese respondents and 44 percent of respondents in India.
Among those students, adolescents and young people who relied on gist measures of online risk-taking
were more "protective" when asked about their intentions of engaging in future risky online behavior.
teens also had increased activity between regions of the prefrontal cortex and the nucleus accumbens, a centre for reward sensitivity that is often implicated in addiction research.
Understanding the risk-taking
behavior of financial institutions, including banks and insurance firms, is important to not only regulators but also claimholders of these firms because the behavior can substantially affect values of the firms and thus how the values are distributed between claimholders.
The majority of crashes involve drivers risk-taking
and could be easily prevented by drivers following basic safe driving principles, such as staying well within speed limits, slowing right down for bends, brows, bad weather and in built-up areas, never using a phone at the wheel, and never driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Moreover, self-reports of risk-taking
behavior or biological indicators cannot provide meaningful information regarding fundamental processes that underlie risk-taking
behavior, nor are they well-suited for experimental research that can allow causal statements regarding how various contextual (Boldero, Moore, & Rosenthal, 1992; Cooper, 2006; Leigh & Stall, 1993) and mood-related (Bancroft et al.
The study also discovered that people with either psychopathic or entrepreneurial intentions persisted through adversity in a risk-taking
Family affluence is correlated with risk taking: those in the most affluent groups are less likely than others to engage in risk-taking
Specifically, as diversification risk increases, so should the incentive for employees to mitigate risk-taking
An important strand of the literature on risk-taking
in tournaments examines the impact of revealed heterogeneity of agents on risk-taking
(either right from the start of the tournament or at an intermediate stage).
Second, the parents with whom they work may fear criticism and accusations of poor or negligent parenting if they allow their children to engage in risk-taking
They reckon the different approach to risk-taking
may be down to evolution - for survival, men needed to be risk-taking
to establish status while women needed to avoid risks to take care of their children properly.