In the social sciences, framing comprises a set of concepts and theoretical perspectives on how . After examining content analysis and experimental data on poverty and other political issues, Iyengar concludes . preference when the same problem is presented in different ways, for example in the Asian disease problem.
nal Asian disease experiment (just described). This is interesting because several other replication attempts have produced a framing effect smaller than the one.
Booklets that contained choice and judgement tasks with regard to the modified Asian disease problem, the anthrax disease.
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