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Unformatted text preview: Lecture notes, Unit 5 OB Prentice Hall, 2001 Chapter 5 2 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives Learn that two people can see the same thing and interpret it differently List the three determinants of attribution Describe how shortcuts can either assist or distort judgment Examine perception and decision-making Study the rational decision-making model Learn that two people can see the same thing and interpret it differently When is that a good thing? When is that a bad thing? Explain the rest Prentice Hall, 2001 Chapter 5 3 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives Describe the actions of the boundedly rational decision maker Learn when individuals are most likely to use intuition in decision making Describe four styles of decision making Learn how heuristics bias decisions Contrast the three ethical decision criteria Learn when individuals are most likely to use intuition in decision making Whats your guess Explain the rest heuristic (hy-r s t k) Of or relating to a usually speculative formulation serving as a guide in the investigation or solution of a problem: The historian discovers the past by the judicious use of such a heuristic device as the ideal type (Karl J. Weintraub). 1 1. Of or constituting an educational method in which learning takes place through discoveries that result from investigations made by the student. 2. Computer Science. Relating to or using a problem-solving technique in which the most appropriate solution of several found by alternative methods is selected at successive stages of a program for use in the next step of the program....
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