Which of the following is an example of metacognitive thinking A Lionel who

Which of the following is an example of metacognitive

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99. Which of the following is an example of metacognitive thinking? A. Lionel, who makes profits and gives half of it to child welfare.B. Brad, who visualizes the universe before he sets about doing physics.C.Karen, who repeats and validates all the chemistry experiments mentioned in the text by conductingthem at home.D. Donna, who uses a frying pan to iron her clothes as the iron is dysfunctional.100.Which of the following refers to the shortcuts people take to make complex and uncertain decisions andjudgments? 101.Which of the following examples illustrates the process of a heuristic decision? 102.__________ is used when we estimate the probability of one event based on how typical it is of anotherevent.
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103.When Samantha meets Brenda, who has a laidback attitude and long hair, she promptly concludes thatBrenda is Californian even before interacting with her. However, there are many English who have alaidback attitude and long hair. What is Samantha's initial judgment based on? A. a representativeness heuristicB. metacognitive thinkingC. a means-end analysisD. an availability heuristic104.__________ refers to how common some phenomena, be it people or events, are in the population as awhole. 105.______________ is a strategy we use when we make decisions based on the ease with which estimatescome to mind or how available they are to our awareness. 106.Liam goes to a music store. Not knowing which ones to buy, he ends up buying discs of movies whosetrailers he often sees on television assuming them to be good. Which of the following points to thejudgment Liam uses when buying the discs?
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