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    Guilt in decision making. The effect of guilt emotion on how a decision maker focuses on the problem was investigated in the Jan. 2007 issue of the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (see Exercise 1.26, p. 24). A total of 171 volunteer students participated in the experiment, where each was randomly assigned to one of three emotional states (guilt, anger, or neutral) through a reading/writing task. Immediately after the task, students were presented with a decision problem where the stated option has predomi- nantly negative features (e.g., spending money on repairing a very old car). The results (number responding in each cat- egory) are summarized in the accompanying table. Suppose one of the 171 participants is selected at random.


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    looks correct to me..
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