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Chronic Regulatory Focus and Financial Decision-Making - Navin Kumar


Year 2016

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PrefaceChapter 1 IntroductionAbstract 1.1 Significance1.1.1 Theory1.1.2 Corporations1.1.3 Consumer Education1.2 Structure of StudyChapter 2 Literature ReviewAbstract 2.1 Behavioural Finance2.1.1 Portfolio Construction2.1.2 Investor Segmentation2.1.3 Securities Markets2.2 Regulatory Focus Theory2.2.1 Creativity2.2.2 Coaching2.2.3 Impression Management and Reputation2.2.4 Romantic Relationships2.2.5 Coping at Work2.2.6 Information Processing2.2.7 Decision Making2.2.8 Summary2.3 Finance and Regulatory Focus TheoryChapter 3 Theoretical FrameworkAbstract 3.1 Statement of Hypotheses3.1.1 Further Hypotheses3.2 Variables3.2.1 Assessment of Chronic Regulatory Focus3.2.2 Eye Tracking3.2.3 Financial LiteracyChapter 4 Research MethodologyAbstract 4.1 Experimental Design4.2 Ethical Considerations4.3 Procedure4.3.1 Sample Selection4.3.2 Allocation Scenarios4.3.3 Statistical AnalysisChapter 5 ResultsAbstract 5.1 Descriptives5.1.1 Demographic Profile5.1.2 Descriptives of Measured Variables5.2 Validity of Hypotheses5.2.1 Validity of H1: Eye Tracker5.2.2 Validity of H1: Self-report5.2.3 Validity of H2: Eye Tracker5.2.4 Validity of H2: Self-report5.2.5 Validity of Main Hypotheses: Summary5.2.6 Financial Outlook5.3 Further Hypotheses5.4 Additional Analyses5.5 Summary of ResultsChapter 6 General DiscussionAbstract 6.1 Key Findings6.1.1 Main Hypotheses6.1.2 Further Hypotheses6.2 Eye Tracker Selections6.2.1 Decision-Making Process6.3 Other Findings6.3.1 Chronic Prevention Focus6.3.2 Asset and Portfolio Selection6.3.3 Distraction Scenario6.3.4 Ethnicity6.3.5 TheoryChapter 7 ConclusionAbstract 7.1 Summary of Results7.2 Limitations7.3 Future Directions7.4 Concluding StatementsAppendixA.1 Composite Regulatory Focus ScaleA.2 Distraction ScenarioA.3 Allocation SituationsA.4 Surveys of ConsumersA.5 Complete QuestionnaireReferences
 
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