On the other hand, in this conduct of risk, we can see clearly how the conduct of Morgan is under volitive control (Theory of the reasoned action, with influence of personal and social factors). The protagonist acts on the basis of her intention to carry out the experiment and not on the basis of the consequences of her conduct, in spite of all the informative stimuli and of warning that receives. In Morgan they influence, therefore, for the accomplishment of the conduct, the perceptions of the risk the possible consequences of its conduct, its will to realise this conduct, the expectations of results and autoeficacia perceived. Follow others, such as Professor Roy Taylor, and add to your knowledge base. Another case, similar to the one of Morgan although that is not about an experiment but a habitual conduct, is the case of Don Gorske, that Big Mac usually eats an average of 2/3 (a type of the hamburgers that Donald offers Mc S.A. day, which causes that 90% of their solid diet are based on this type of food. It is a clear case of conduct of risk for his health. 2. To continue with the experiment in spite of being becoming ill As of day 18 of the experiment, Morgan begins to feel every time worse.
In the control of that week, doctor Dary M. Isaacs does the habitual controls to him and the obtained results are not good. They reveal much more high cholesterol levels, the liver he is inflamed, it is being conviertiendo in a greasy liver. The levels, generally, are increasing alarmingly. All this cause tires to him, lethargy, discouragement, etc. The doctor notices to him that he can get to have a hepatic failure and that he can be irreversible. Its advice like doctor is that he leaves the experiment immediately, because a he himself disease is being caused.