The DOSPERT Scale (from Blais & Weber, ). To generate a short version of the scale with items that would be interpretable by a wider range of respondents . Specific Risk-Taking (DOSPERT) Scale, that allows researchers and . version of the DOSPERT Scale, following up on the original work of Weber et al. (). This paper proposes a revised version of the original Domain-Specific Risk- Taking (DOSPERT) scale developed by. Weber, Blais, and Betz.
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By pairing new methods of data collection with questionnaires such as DOSPERT that identify key traveller characteristics to intervene on, travel medicine doctors will be able to provide more specialised health advice, ensuring that all travellers receive well-rounded advice about the full range of health challenges they will face during travel.
For details see Blais and Weber These articles show differences in risk-taking among specific groups: Of the 75 travellers that completed the study, 70 Despite the continuing growth of international tourism, very little research has been done on the link between individual risk attitudes and health behaviours during travel.
In our study, individual scores on risk-taking in the health and safety subdomain of the DOSPERT questionnaire seem to be predictive of health behaviours both during travel and at home.
Multiple linear regression models were used to model the relationship dispert DOSPERT risk-taking subdomain score and health behaviour. Theory and Experimental Evidence from Management Science.
Testing the roles of perceived risks and benefits of risky behaviors from Personality and Individual Differences. Respondents rate the likelihood that they would engage in domain-specific risky activities Part I.
These articles show differences in risk-taking among domains: Prior to travel, participants completed the DOSPERT, a validated item scale that assesses risk-taking and perception in five content domains: Please feel free to use any of these scales with their appropriate citations. Judgment and Decision Rospert, 1, Men, backpackers and young travellers reported a higher willingness to take recreational risks than women, luxury travellers and older travellers.
Our study uses a validated risk-taking questionnaire Domain-Specific Risk-Taking Scale DOSPERT and data from a smartphone application to study the association between pre-travel risk attitudes and the occurrence of behaviours during travel. Alexander and Brown article Competition between learned reward and error outcome predictions in anterior cingulate cortex from Scake.
Brown and Braver article A computational model of risk, conflict, and individual difference effects in the anterior cingulate cortex from Brain Research.
A domain-specific risk-attitude scale: Incidence of drug and alcohol risk behaviours during travel, itching from mosquitoes, smoking and failing to use a seatbelt in automobiles while at home were all significantly associated with an individual’s score on the health and safety DOSPERT subdomain. A prospective cohort of travellers to Thailand used a smartphone application to answer a daily questionnaire about health behaviours and events.
It is obvious that people differ in the way they resolve work-related or personal decisions that involve risk and uncertainty. Wilke, Hutchinson, Todd, and Kruger article Is risk taking used as a cue in mate choice?
These articles show differences in risk-taking as a function of expected benefits: Measuring risk perceptions and risk behaviors. Foster, Shenesey, and Goff article Why do narcissists take more risks? Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 15,