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“Brother, Can You Spare Some Time, or a Dime?” Time and Money Obligations in the United States and China

Reference
First Author: 
Cai
Cai, D. A., Fink, E. A., & Xie, X.-Y.
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
43
Number: 
4
592
Last Page: 
613
China, exchange, intimacy, network, obligation
Ancillaries: 

None

Measure
Measure Name: 
Interpersonal resource scenarios
Measure Description: 
Scenarios in which a person asks for emotional or monetary resources
Construct Name: 
Interpersonal obligations
Number of items: 
4
Response Scale: 
Magnitude estimation scale; degree of obligation to help, 0-100.

Suppose that Person A, the person you identified above, is a salesperson attempting to sell you a new type of cell phone. You already have a similar but older version of this phone. There is a maximum amount of money you may be willing to spend to replace your current phone.

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