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Comparison between native and nonnative English speakers revealed significant differences in their ratings on tolerance of ambiguity, with native English speakers reporting a higher level of ambiguity tolerance.
Participants provided three types of information via online questionnaires: demographics, beliefs, and ambiguity tolerance measures; a dream summary and confidence ratings; and similarity ratings.
The second part of the initial questionnaire consisted of the Revised Scale for Ambiguity Tolerance (AT-20; MacDonald, 1970).
Therefore, to check the validity of the GRP scale, a correlation analysis between the score of the five-item GRP scale and those of related scales was performed, including openness (Goldberg, 2006), problem-specific ambiguity tolerance (Ashford and Cummings, 1985), general ambiguity tolerance (McLain, 1993), financial risk propensity (Kapteyn and Teppa, 2002) and gambling risk propensity (Weber et al.
As indicated earlier, the Measure of Ambiguity Tolerance (MAT-50) has an adequate level of content validity, good construct validity, and strong criteria-related validity, and high internal reliability (r = .
One-tailed correlation analyses were conducted to determine if higher levels of ambiguity tolerance were associated with lower levels of importance ratings for structure and anxiety ratings in the absence of high structure in areas noted.
1999) found that openness was a key pillar of risk tolerance in addition to risk-aversion and ambiguity tolerance.
Ambiguity tolerance has been described as "the way people perceive, interpret, and react to ambiguous situations" (Stoycheva, 2002, p.
Schere (1982) explored the difference in the ambiguity tolerance between entrepreneurs and managers.