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There are 6 assignments files, which require to read the book of "Judgment in Managerial Decision Making'' by Max H. Bazerman & Don A. Moore (8th edition) in 2013. To response of these questions need at least 2 paragraphs answers.

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Name: Assignment 15, Due in Canvas by April 29, 11:59pm You need to read Chapter 12 of the textbook to answer following question. Question 1: Chapter 12 discusses multiple strategies to improve decision making. Three strategies were named below. Thoroughly and precisely summarize why (i.e. in theory) and how (i.e. in practice) each of the strategies named below is effective in improving decision making. Using decision-analysis tools Taking an outsider’s view Reasoning Analogically Name: Assignment 14, Due in Canvas by April 26, 11:59pm - You need to read Required Readings (two articles available in Canvas) to answer this question. Question 1: Discuss how ‘access to information’ biases group decisions or judgment. Question 2: Discuss how ‘tendency to protect reputation’ biases group decisions or judgment. Some Rubric Some Rubric Criteria This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome the Mythical Fixed Pie of Negotiation This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome the Framing of Negotiator Judgment This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Escalation of Conflict This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Overestimating Your Value This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome SelfServing Biases Ratings P 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. 0.5 pts Full Marks 0.0 pts No Marks 0. This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Anchoring Total Points: 3.0 Name: Assignment 12, Due in Canvas by April 12, 11:59pm Question 1: Consider two scenarios described below. For each scenario discuss at least two psychological or behavioral factors which make it hard for investors who sell their stocks into a steep decline to get back into market in future. (You need to read Chapter 9 of the textbook and The NYTimes article (available in Canvas) to answer this question.) Scenario 1: The stock prices go up after they sell their stocks (Remember that you must discuss two distinct psychological/behavioral factors.) Scenario 2: The stock prices go down after they sell their stocks (Remember that you must discuss two distinct psychological/behavioral factors.) Question 2: Explain why investors’ expectations of future performance of portfolios (such as mutual funds) tend to be negatively correlated with portfolios’ actual returns.) (You need to read Chapter 9 of the textbook to answer this question.) Name: Assignment 8, Due in Canvas by February 26, 1:59pm - You need to read Chapter 5 of the textbook to answer questions 1 and 2. - Short essay and short answer questions must be answered by typing inside the provided boxes only. - After answering the questions, upload this PDF in Canvas. Questions: 1) There are two theoretical explanations for Joint-Versus-Separate Preference Reversals. Name them and thoroughly describe how each of them explains the joint-versus-separate preference reversal effect. Explanation 1: Explanation 2: 2) Chapter 5 describes framing and a number of anomalies which it creates in human decision making. Describe the root cause of framing in detail. (Hint 1: Is framing resulted from a heuristic? If not, then from what?, Hint 2: Reference points.) ...
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