In order to address these questions, this study first describes the importance of trustworthiness
of a website followed by a discussion about the literature on website trust-triggers, and develops testable hypotheses.
The issues surrounding trustworthiness
are deeply rooted.
First, we complement existing studies that have only examined unidirectional links among trustworthiness
, performance and governance by considering possible simultaneous relationships among these variables.
the researchers found that specific regions inside the amygdala exhibited activity tracking how untrustworthy a face appeared, and other regions inside the amygdala exhibited activity tracking the overall strength of the trustworthiness
signal (whether untrustworthy or trustworthy)-even though subjects could not consciously see any of the faces.
There were no universal highly significant correlations between babyfacedness and trustworthiness
except that only with neutral faces these perceived characteristics were positively correlated.
Overall, children seemed to be most consistent in judging trustworthiness
, compared to the other two traits.
, defined as "the listener's degree of confidence in, and level of acceptance of, the speaker and the message" has long been viewed as a key component in persuasive communication (Ohanian, 1990, p.
occurs when there is a focus on the other -- the client, partner, co-worker etc.
In addition to the AGR score, AI's evaluation of trustworthiness
uses additional factors that penalize companies for unusual or excessive executive compensation, a high proportion of incentive-based executive pay, high levels of management turnover, substantial insider trading, class action litigation, and restatements or other accounting issues.
We argue in this Article that using trustworthiness
as a limitation
AEO status is granted to businesses that can satisfy the strict HMRC criteria of consistent quality, compliance and trustworthiness
in the international trade arena.