5/15/2016 – Researchers examine emotional role in financial fraud

May 15, 2016 Comments Off by

Researchers at the Stanford Center on Longevity have found in a new report that the ways in which elderly people process high-arousal emotions, such as anger and excitement, is in part responsible for their heightened susceptibility to fraud.

Read the full article at The Stanford Daily.

Center, Financial Security 2016, Longevity News 2016

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