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Unformatted text preview: illustrates the impact of: a. framing. b. the representativeness heuristic. c. functional fixedness. d. the availability heuristic. 5. College students are more likely to choose a condom that is said to be effective when informed that it has a 95 percent success rate than when told it has a 5 percent failure rate. This best illustrates the impact of: a. framing. b. confirmation bias. c. functional fixedness. d. the representativeness heuristic. 6. Professor Chadwick evaluated a graduate student's research proposal negatively simply because he had heard a rumor about the student's incompetence. When later informed that the rumor had been patently false, the professor's assessment of the student's research proposal remained almost as negative as it was originally. This best illustrates: a. the representativeness heuristic. b. the availability heuristic. c. belief perseverance. d. framing....
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- Winter '08
- Psychology, Jay, Availability heuristic, belief perseverance, Amos Tversky