Chapter 3 Chapter Review Quiz

Chapter 3 Chapter Review Quiz - Chapter Review Quiz (See...

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Chapter Review Quiz (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 9 questions, you answered 9 correctly with a final grade of 100% 9 correct  (100%) 0 incorrect  (0%) unanswered  (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a  . CORRECT It is generally reasonable to accept an unsupported claim if it does not conflict with your own  observations, your background knowledge, or with other credible claims and if it comes from a  credible source that you do not suspect of bias. A) True B) False Feedback: The alternative--to not accept it--is less reasonable. If your friend says, " Hey, your bus is  leaving! " without offering reasons--leaving the claim unsupported--it is wiser to turn around  and run for it than to reject the claim. CORRECT It is fair to say that some people, because of their particular training, are better than the average  person at making reliable observations. A) True B) False Feedback: Since we can only attend to a small fraction of what we see, our beliefs, hopes,  fears, and expectations will steer our attention to what we are able to observe. Those  trained to direct their attention to certain things in their field of vision will spot them better. 
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