6. Suppose that Kaitlin has a satisficing decision-making style, and she is
shopping for a winter jacket. She would be most likely to
find a jacket that is good enough to meet her standards, even if it is not ideal.
b. examine as many jackets as possible, taking into consideration their price,
colour, style, and warmth.
c. create a list of pros and cons for the jackets that are acceptable, and choose
the jacket on the basis of this list.
d. first select the two attributes that she considers most important—such as price
and style—and focus on all jackets that meet these two criteria.
7. Suppose that you are watching television just after a Congressional election,
and your favourite candidate has won—although the election was close. You say
to a friend, "Well, I was really quite confident that he would win." This might be an