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EFFECT OF COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN DECISION TARGET AND PROCESSING STRATEGY ON POSTDECISION SATISFACTION

The authors have conducted 2 experiments to examine the effect of compatibility between decision target (making a decision for oneself vs. another person) and processing strategy (alternative- vs. attribute-based) on postdecision satisfaction. The results showed that, participants who were making de... Full description

Journal Title: Social Behavior and Personality 0, 2014, Vol.42(3), pp.423-436
Main Author: Wang, Huaiyong
Other Authors: Liu, Yongfang
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title: EFFECT OF COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN DECISION TARGET AND PROCESSING STRATEGY ON POSTDECISION SATISFACTION
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  • Liu, Yongfang
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  • Decision Making
  • Satisfaction
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  • Personality & Social Roles (Individual Traits, Social Identity, Adjustment, Conformism, & Deviance)
  • Decision Target Processing Strategy Compatibility Postdecision Satisfaction Decision Confidence
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description: The authors have conducted 2 experiments to examine the effect of compatibility between decision target (making a decision for oneself vs. another person) and processing strategy (alternative- vs. attribute-based) on postdecision satisfaction. The results showed that, participants who were making decisions for themselves were more likely to prefer an alternative-based to an attribute-based processing strategy, whereas, this effect was reversed for participants who were making decisions for others. A high degree of compatibility between self/other decision and alternative-based/attribute-based processing strategy increased postdecision satisfaction. Moreover, this effect was found to be mediated by decision confidence. Implications and suggestions related to these findings are discussed. Adapted from the source document.
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abstractThe authors have conducted 2 experiments to examine the effect of compatibility between decision target (making a decision for oneself vs. another person) and processing strategy (alternative- vs. attribute-based) on postdecision satisfaction. The results showed that, participants who were making decisions for themselves were more likely to prefer an alternative-based to an attribute-based processing strategy, whereas, this effect was reversed for participants who were making decisions for others. A high degree of compatibility between self/other decision and alternative-based/attribute-based processing strategy increased postdecision satisfaction. Moreover, this effect was found to be mediated by decision confidence. Implications and suggestions related to these findings are discussed. Adapted from the source document.
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