The relationship between the risk decision making and framing effect
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
In this study we aimed to analyze the correlation between risk decision-making and framing effect. Thus, we examined two hypotheses, namely: a) there is a significant relationship between the types of framing and the types of decisions; (B) there is a significant relationship between the need for justification of the decision and type of decision taking. This study involved a total of 173 adolescents. The average age was m=17.77 years old and the standard deviation SD=0.04. Participants were given two problems making decisions in risky situations. The data collected were processed using The Chi-square of association. The obtained results support the research hypotheses.