Gender Differences in Risk Behaviour: Does Nurture Matter? (Booth & Nolen, 2009)

This study explored the differences in risk-taking preferences among girls and boys. A major research question was: ‘will girls from single-sex schools exhibit more or less risk aversion than girls from coeducational schools?’ Students were given an opportunity to choose a risky outcome, and the sensitivity of observed risk choices…
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