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’s integralist model ( 1993 ), the rational choice model ( Becker, 1975 ; Chen, 2008 ; Manski & Wise, 1983 ), and Morgan’s commitments model ( Morgan, 2005 ). In brief, we argue that goal commitment is correlated with the student’s academic and social

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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors:
Veronika Bocsi
,
Tímea Ceglédi
,
Zsófia Kocsis
,
Karolina Eszter Kovács
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Klára Kovács
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Anetta Müller
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Katalin Pallay
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Barbara Éva Szabó
,
Fruzsina Szigeti
, and
Dorina Anna Tóth

have to pay tuition fees, or they received a scholarship. Regarding another aspect of financial resources, it was also influenced by the possible opportunity to earn money in the future. Our results confirm the rational choice theory of Boudon. One of

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Culture and Evolution
Authors:
Lasse Suonperä Liebst
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Richard Philpot
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Peter Ejbye-Ernst
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Wim Bernasco
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Marie Bruvik Heinskou
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Peter Verbeek
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Mark Levine
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Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard

. Felson , R. ( 1992 ). Predatory and dispute-related violence: A social interactionist approach . In R. Clarke , & M. Felson (Eds.), Routine activities and rational choice: advances in criminological theory (pp. 103 – 125 ). Transaction

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) Cultural bias, rational choice, and age should be considered. Griffiths et al. (2016) Gaming despite negative consequences Are the negative consequences short-term or long-term? Griffiths et al. (2016) Withdrawal The response to an immediate disruption of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Catherine Tulloch
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Nerilee Hing
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Matthew Browne
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Alex M. T. Russell
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Matthew Rockloff
, and
Vijay Rawat

where EGMs are located throughout Australia continue to be based on an informed choice model that assumes that almost all consumers will make rational choices about their gambling if they are provided with sufficient information ( Blaszczynski, Ladouceur

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the standard of rational choice in the field of economics (e.g.,  Loewenstein, 1992 ; Samuelson, 1937 ). Findings of better fits with a hyperbolic, non-rational model take on importance in the study of impulsive behavior. The quality of the fit index

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