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Quiz2F-Answers - e A belief that others have more...

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Quiz 2F Block 1, Videos 5, 6, 7 and 8 and associated reading assignments. 1. Which of the following statements is TRUE? a. People tend to filter and distort information to sustain a positive self-image b. People with a high internal locus of control are likely to believe what they read in the horoscope section of the paper c. When making ethical decisions, consequences for others tend to be given more weight than consequences for yourself d. You should always consider sunk costs as potentially recoverable when making an objective analysis e. The best way to overcome a tendency toward escalation of commitment is to ignore it Page 91 2. According to Kohlberg, most adults in out society tend to function as what level of cognitive moral development? 3. The illusion of superiority refers to:
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Unformatted text preview: e. A belief that others have more advantages than you Page 91 4. Which of the following statements is FALSE according to your text? a. A virtue ethics approach suggests that you rely on the ethics of your profession or relevant moral community b. As part of your analysis, you should constantly consider ways that you could be wrong c. Only future costs and benefits should be considered in your analysis of consequences d. Business people are generally less vulnerable to cognitive biases than the general population e. The confirmation trap will affect your choice of facts and sources of information Page 88 5. The trait of “high Machiavellianism” refers to: a. Persons who are authoritarian and decisive b. Individuals who repeatedly engage in criminal behavior c. People with an extremely high external locus of control d. Persons who are self-assured and individualistic e. A person with a propensity to unethical behavior Page 85...
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