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Question 13 3.125 out of 3.125 points When deciding whether or not to escalate commitment to a chosen course of action, our choice should depend on: Selected Answer: The expected value of further investment. Answers: The expected value of further investment. Our sunk costs. Our initial reasons for choosing that course of action. None of the above.
Question 14 3.125 out of 3.125 points Over time, the performance of mutual funds tends to:
Question 15 3.125 out of 3.125 points The tendency to escalate commitment is more pronounced when:
Question 16 3.125 out of 3.125 points Which false assumption is often made by professionals such as lawyers, financial advisers and real-estate agents regarding potential conflicts of interest?
Question 17 3.125 out of 3.125 points Which of the following is not likely to produce escalation of commitment? Selected Answer: A present decision that is likely to generate further losses. Answers: A present state that is below expectations. A present decision that is likely to generate further losses. A present decision that is a result of a previous decision. Past investment of a great deal of resources in a selected course of action.
Question 18 3.125 out of 3.125 points Escalation of commitment is more pronounced in simultaneous decisions than in serial decisions.
Question 19 3.125 out of 3.125 points Bounded ethicality has replaced the assumption of conscious choice as the best explanation for unethical behavior. Answers:

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