Reflecting Hacks Quiz Posted on April 26, 2020August 2, 2020 by clearthinking Chapters 22 – 25 Welcome to your Reflecting Hacks Quiz Which of the following questions would help you discover patterns of success and error in your PMQ list? Are too many bullet points focused on short-term issues? Am I routinely failing to account for a particular audience perspective? Do I have the right PMQ list but wrong reasoning? All of the above A tendency to react to a decision based on how it is presented is known as what kind of bias? Confirmation Sunk cost Loss aversion Anchoring Framing A tendency to continue on a path because you've already invested so much time or money is known as what kind of bias? Confirmation Sunk cost Loss aversion Anchoring Framing Most pundits, advocates and commentators are not particularly interested in helping us clarify our thinking. True False According to your author, PMQ thinking should be used in almost every situation. True False PMQ thinking helps bridle natural emotional responses. True False PMQ charts can be "gamed" by listing lame items. True False Really smart people can have some wacky ideas. True False Two smart people can have identical PMQ charts yet come to exactly opposite conclusions. True False Since PMQ charts can be used to draw almost any conclusion you want, they hold little or no value. True False Time is Up!