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Q6 the primary purpose of the passage is to a provide

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q6: The primary purpose of the passage is to A. provide evidence in support of the view that human beings are essentially rational and selfish B. use a particular study to challenge the argument that the economic behavior of human beings may be motivated by factors other than selfishness C. compare certain views about human nature held by theoretical economists with those held by experimental economists D. describe a study that apparently challenges theoretical economists’ understanding of human economic behavior E. suggest that researchers may have failed to take into account the impact of certain noneconomic factors in designing a study of human economic behavior 3
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Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q7: The passage implies that the results of the Ultimatum Game undermine theoretical economists’ characterization of human beings by -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q8: The author refers to the sum of one dollar (line 21) in order to -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q9: All of the following are expressly mentioned in the passage as factors that did not significantly affect players’ behavior EXCEPT the ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q10 to Q12: Linda Kerber argued in the mid- 1980’s that after the American Revolution (1775-1783), an ideology of “republican 4
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Line motherhood” resulted in a surge of edu- (5) cational opportunities for women in the United States. Kerber maintained that the leaders of the new nation wanted women to be educated in order to raise politically virtuous sons. A virtuous citi-
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