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BART와 K-DOSPERT로 알아본 한국인의 위험감수경향

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 Risk-Taking Propensity of Korean People that were Measured by BART and K-DOSPERT 
 Jong In Hong  ;  Young Ryeol Lee  ;  Kyoung Hee Kim  ;  Jin Young Park  ;  Sung Hyuk Park  ;  Gunsuk Lee  ;  Jaewon Lee 
 Journal of Korean Association of Social Psychiatry (사회정신의학), Vol.15(1) : 3-14, 2010 
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 Journal of Korean Association of Social Psychiatry (사회정신의학) 
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Risk-taking propensity ; Korean version of Domain-specific Risk-taking scale (K-DOSPERT) ; Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART)
Objectives:This study aims to make and standardize Korean version of Domain-specific Risk-taking scale(KDOSPERT) that can evaluate risk-taking propensity according to five risk domains, and look into risk-taking propensity of Koreans by using computerized behavioral task Balloon Analogue Risk Task(BART) and K-DOSPERT. Methods:150 men and women participated in K-DOSPERT standardization study. For the reliability evaluation, the study calculated Cronbach’s alpha coefficient, looked into relations with Barratt Impulsiveness Scale(BIS), and compared relations with risk taking and risk perception with existing oversea researches. In addition, it conducted BART and K-DOSPERT to 41 men and women to compare results of the two tests and examine risk-taking propensity according to the gender and the handedness. Results:K-DOSPERT’s Cronbach’s alpha coefficient indicated that both risk taking and risk perception were 0.84, and risk domains except for social domain were shown more than 0.6 and had high internal consistency. According to the comparison with BIS, the higher risk-taking propensity was, the higher impulsiveness was found. As risk taking and risk perception showed negative correlation (r=-0.55, p<0.01) which is similar to foreign study result. BART and K-DOSPERT were carried out at the same time, and the result showed that the group with high BART index had higher risk-taking propensity according to K-DOSPERT results, and men and the right-handed had higher risk-taking propensity than women and the left-handed and the mixed-handed. Conclusion:K-DOSPERT is suitable as a tool to evaluate risk-taking propensity of Koreans, and it is expected to help prevent social problems and prepare for countermeasures by using BART and K-DOSPERT to individuals and specific groups that need the evaluation of risk-taking propensity.
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Park, Jin Young(박진영) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5351-9549
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