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Exam Topics 70 points 30 questions will be multiple choice from the first two exams o Questions will be tweaked a little Remaining 40 points will be from third section of the course o 3 short answer questions 4 points each o 28 will be multiple choice 1. Mental scanning and rotation, brain regions used for imagery 2. Biases, heuristics and fallacies o Many questions from the judgment chapter o Really understand it because it is used most in life? Recognition , loss aversion , availability , Representativeness (book), anchoring and adjustment base-rate neglect (numerical example from class) Work through examples from slides Practice being a decision maker who doesn’t rely on the base-rate neglect theory. gambler’s fallacy regression to the mean Principal changing something about school effecting students? sunk cost, insensitivity to sample size, Illusions of co variation (book) 3. Bechara, Tranel, Damasio, & Damasio (1996) o Bechara
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