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    About This Project

    Large data sets such as the Health and Retirement Study sometimes ask respondents whether they have been a victim of fraud. My project questions the accuracy of those answers due to potential false positive or false negative responses. This study will survey a random sample of Americans aged 50 and over who have a net worth of at least $150,000. It will identify whether Americans can, on average, detect fraud by examining a fictitious brokerage account statement.

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