Ruminations Quiz Posted on April 25, 2020August 2, 2020 by clearthinking Chapters 5 – 8 Welcome to your Ruminations Quiz Our pre-disposition about the positive or negative nature of something should not totally influence our judgments. True False Our "gut reactions" or emotional sentiments can make it difficult to objectively assess pros and cons. True False Pizza is inherently something good. True False Once you've thought through the positives and negatives, then you should lock in those evaluations to streamline your thinking. True False Collaborating with other people always trumps not collaborating. True False Which of the following is accurate? A plus can shift to a minus with new information A minus can shift to a plus with new information A plus can shift to a question with new information A minus can shift to a question with new information All of the above According to research, the accuracy of weather forecasts is limited to about... 24 hours 48 hours 72 hours Two weeks One month Assume you were contemplating a major decision and you had many more positives than negatives. The only logical conclusion would be that this decision is a "go" because the positives outweight the negatives. True False Good decision-makers treat the thoughts associated with each plus and minus as roughly equal in value. True False Emotional sentiments are inherent to a well-functioning human being but can be problematic during the decision-making process. True False Time is Up!