PHL 111 Module 3 Three Exam Answers

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PHL 111 Module 3 Three Exam Answers
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PHL 111 Module 3 Three Exam Answers

1.
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Anecdotal evidence is unreliable for at least two reasons: it is based on memory, which can be unreliable, and it is subject to the human tendency to distort or exaggerate.

True
False



2.
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The human tendency to confirmation bias is so much a part of us that brain imaging studies have found evidence of it.


True
False


3.
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When we don’t have credible evidence for a claim, we should look to contradictory evidence.


True
False



4.
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When evaluating information on the Internet, seeing the abbreviation “.com” at the end of a Web site address should alert you that the sponsoring company
will have high-level expertise in the information it presents.
has consulted with experts before posting anything on its website.
likely has financial interests in the information it presents.
is presenting a balanced view and the most up-to-date findings.


5.
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The fact that the radio broadcast War of the Worlds was able to produce eyewitness accounts of nonexistent phenomena is an example of the


power of cognitive and perceptual errors.
confirmation bias.
memorable-events bias.
self-serving biases.


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The significance of the Asch experiment is that it demonstrates the social error known as diffusion of responsibility.


True
False



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The murder of Kitty Genovese in 1964 is relevant to the subject of critical thinking because of the role played by societal expectations in the response of witnesses.


True
False



8.
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The Salem witch hunts are relevant to the subject of critical thinking because of the role played by diffusion of responsibility in looking for someone to blame for unfortunate circumstances.


True
False



9.
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In competitive skating and diving, judges do their scoring individually to protect against group pressure and conformity.


True
False

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