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Unformatted text preview: organizational factors) 3.1.1. The decision maker 22.214.171.124. Compare four types of decision making styles based on the value orientation and tolerance for ambiguity framework 3.1.2. Errors and Biases 126.96.36.199. Explain common shortcuts individuals use in making judgments about others: fundamental attribution error, self-serving bias, selective perception, halo/horns error, contrast error, stereotyping, leniency/central tendency/severity error, primacy/recency error 188.8.131.52. Explain the following decision making biases: availability bias, anchoring bias, confirmation bias, overconfidence bias, hindsight bias, escalation of commitment 3.1.3. Explain how emotions influence decision making 3.1.4. Describe organizational factors that influence decision making 3.2. Describe the role of intuition in decision making 2...
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- Fall '07
- Decision Making, Flipism