According to Kim and Markus’s (1999) study, working-class Americans liked the pen they were given, regardless of whether they chose it or not, unlike upper-middle-class Americans, who much preferred the

According to Kim and Markus’s (1999) study, working-class Americans liked the pen they were given, regardless of whether they chose it or not, unlike upper-middle-class Americans, who much preferred the pen that they chose.This can be explained by
A) upper-middle-class Americans scoring higher on entity theory of the world than working-class Americans.
B) working-class Americans engaging in more secondary control than upper-middle-class Americans.
C) working-class Americans having more of a promotion orientation than upper-middle-class Americans.
D) upper-middle-class Americans having more of a prevention orientation than working-class Americans.
E) working-class Americans wanting to save face more than upper-middle-class Americans.

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