Search results for: Author=Dickert [24]

Pages

2017
Sharing is daring: An experiment on consent options, chilling effects and a salient privacy nudge
International Review of Law and Economics
51
38-49
2017
2016
Finding the Right Fit: A Comparison of Process Assumptions Underlying Popular Drift-Diffusion Models
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
42
12
1982-1993
2016
2013
Same numbers, different meanings: How numeracy influences the importance of numerical cues in donations
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
49
699-705
2013
Social Value Orientation and information search in social dilemmas: An eye-tracking analysis
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
120
272-284
2013
Tearing the Veil of Privacy Law: An Experiment on Chilling Effects and the Right to Be Forgotten
2013/15
Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Bonn
2013
Abstract
Privacy law relies on the argument that consent does not entail any relevant impediments for the liberty of the consenting individual. Challenging this argument, we experimentally investigate whether consent to the publication of personal information in cyberspace entails self-coercion on a social norm level. Our results suggest that the monetary benefits from consent constitute a price that people are willing to accept for increased compliance with social norms. Providing people with a prior consent option is sufficient to generate chilling effects (i.e., a reduction of norm-deviant behavior). However, nudging people towards potential publicity does not increase the value they place on privacy. We also test how the default design of the right to deletion of personal information (right to be forgotten) affects chilling effects and privacy valuations. Surprisingly, the right to be forgotten does not reduce chilling effects. Moreover, individuals tend to stick with the status quo of permanent information storage.
The impact of attention focus on the endowment effect
Swiss Journal of Psychology
72
159-164
2013
2012
Focusing on what you own: Biased information uptake due to ownership
Judgment and Decision Making
7
254-267
2012
Response mode, compatibility, and dual processes in the evaluation of simple gambles: An eye-tracking investigation
Judgment and Decision Making
7
427-440
2012
The More the Better? Effects of Training and Information Amount in Legal Judgments
Applied Cognitive Psychology
26
223-233
2012
Valuations of human lives: Normative expectations and psychological mechanisms of (ir)rationality. Synthese, 189, 95-105
Synthese
189
95-105
2012