OLS 274 Quiz 7 - Supervision Today Chapter 07(6th Ed Points...

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Supervision Today Chapter 07 (6th Ed.) Points Possible 10 Points Earned 10 Points Missed 0 Points Ungraded 0 Score 100.0% Response: _ 1. Withholding of differing views by group members to appear to be in agreement is an indication of _____________ . A. Groupthink B. Brainstorming C. Nonprogrammed decision D. Programmed decision Response: A Answer: A Points: 1 / 1 2. ________________ calls on individuals to make decisions consistent with fundamental liberties and privileges as set forth in documents such as the Bill of Rights. A. Rights view of ethics B. Utilitarian view of ethics C. Electronic meeting D. Justice view of ethics Response: A Answer: A Points: 1 / 1 3. An increased commitment to a previous decison despite negative information, is referred to as a(n) ____________. 4. (T/F) Focusing on decision styles can be useful for helping you understand how two intelligent people, with access to the same information, can differ in the ways they approach decisions and
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in the final choices they make. Response: TRUE Answer: TRUE Points: 1 / 1 5. A(n) __________ is the tendency of people to base their judgments on information that is readily available to them. A. Representative heuristic B. Availability heuristic C. Escalation of commitment D. Marginal analysis Response: B Answer: B Points: 1 / 1
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