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View Results   Question 1    (5 points) Which of the following statements is false about judgment biases?  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. Heuristics are guidelines that simplify  information processing during decision- making. b. Heuristics typically do not introduce bias  in decision-making. c. People are not always aware that they  use heuristics. d. Framing effects are a form of judgment  bias. Score: 5 / 5   Question 2    (5 points) Which of the following is an incorrect statement about judgment biases?  Student response: Student Response
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Score: 5 / 5   Question 3    (5 points) Pressures for consistency in decision behavior can lead to escalation of commitment.  Student response: Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 4    (5 points) The way a person frames a decision does not bias decision-making processes.  Student response: Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 5    (5 points) As one moves from the “A” approaches to decisions affecting groups to the “G” approaches, conflict potential increases  within the social process of decision-making.  Student response:
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