Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity

van Veen F, Sattler S (2020)
DEVIANT BEHAVIOR 41(4): 413-433.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
We investigate how changes in deviant personal experiences, vicarious information, perceptions of deterrence policies, and impulsivity as a conditioning factor affect the perceived detection risk (PDR). We examine this by using the example of plagiarism by German university students using panel data (N = 1,684). Results show, for example, that gaining experience with plagiarism lowered the PDRs, while detection increased the PDRs. Vicarious information indicating low detection risks lowered the PDR of non-plagiarists only. An increase in the estimated use of computer-assisted plagiarism-checks, affected predominantly the PDR of plagiarists. Moreover, more impulsive plagiarists gave less weight to announcements of the use of plagiarism checks.
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
DEVIANT BEHAVIOR
Band
41
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
413-433
ISSN
0163-9625
eISSN
1521-0456
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942071

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van Veen F, Sattler S. Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR. 2020;41(4):413-433.
van Veen, F., & Sattler, S. (2020). Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR, 41(4), 413-433. doi:10.1080/01639625.2018.1559409
van Veen, F., and Sattler, S. (2020). Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR 41, 413-433.
van Veen, F., & Sattler, S., 2020. Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR, 41(4), p 413-433.
F. van Veen and S. Sattler, “Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity”, DEVIANT BEHAVIOR, vol. 41, 2020, pp. 413-433.
van Veen, F., Sattler, S.: Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR. 41, 413-433 (2020).
van Veen, Floris, and Sattler, Sebastian. “Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity”. DEVIANT BEHAVIOR 41.4 (2020): 413-433.