Which model assumes that humans process information differently under different conditions?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.According to which international relations (IR) theory foreign policy of a state is shaped by self-interest and a desire to maintain autonomy (sovereignty) from other states?Group of answer choicesMarxismIdealismRealismLiberalismFlag question: Question 2Question 21 ptsAccording to realismGroup of answer choicesStates pursue their national interests as rational unitary actorsInternational politics is necessarily conflictualAll of the aboveOnly A and B aboveWhat goes on within a state is unimportanAccording to which IR theory humans, and states, exit within many networks of relationships that helps them achieve collective outcomes?Group of answer choicesLiberalismIdealismRealismMarxismFlag question: Question 4Question 41 ptsMarxism claims thatGroup of answer choicesThe economic organization of a society determines its political and social systemsThe capitalist international system is divided into the owners (the “haves”) and the workers (the “have-nots”)Only B and C aboveAll of the aboveThe institutions of the rich states are used to maintain the world capitalist systemFlag question: Question 5Question 51 ptsForeign policy analysisGroup of answer choicesOnly A and C aboveFocuses on the people and units that comprise the stateUnderstands international relations as ultimately about human beingsAll of the aboveRejects the view of the nation-states as unitary actorsFlag question: Question 6Question 61 ptsWhich of the following is not a hallmark of foreign policy analysis?Group of answer choicesTheoretically integrativeAgent-orientedActor-specificUnifactorialFlag question: Question 7Question 71 ptsOne hallmark of foreign policy analysis is its multi-interdisciplinarity nature, which meansGroup of answer choicesAll of the aboveIt uses insights from many intellectual disciplinesIt integrates information from across levels of analysis and spans numerous disciplines of human knowledgeIt includes variables from more than one level of analysisFlag question: Question 8Question 81 ptsDecision taken by human decisionmakers with reference to or having known consequences for entities external to their nation-state is best understood asGroup of answer choicesNone of the aboveTwo-level gameExplanandumExplanansFlag question: Question 9Question 91 ptsThe Homo Economicus or the rational actor modelGroup of answer choicesDerives from the realist viewAll of the aboveAssumes that leaders are interchangeableAssumes that states in international system are distinguishable only by the relative power they holdClaims that national interests do not changeFlag question: Question 10Question 101 ptsWhich model assumes that humans are boundedly rational?Group of answer choicesHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelFlag question: Question 11Question 111 ptsBounded rationality assumes thatGroup of answer choicesPeople satisfice rather than optimizePeople neither possess nor seek perfect informationThey seem incapable of considering more than two or three alternatives at a given timeAll of the aboveFlag question: Question 12Question 121 ptsWhich model assumes that states are composed of multiple, competing actors, which often pursue different objectives and priorities?Group of answer choicesHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelFlag question: Question 13Question 131 ptsWhich model predicts that foreign policy decisions can end up being the least common denominator: everyone agrees upon them, but no one may be satisfied?Group of answer choicesHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelFlag question: Question 14Question 141 ptsWhich model claims that Group-derived and broader social pressures may induce actors to behave in nonrational ways, even contrary to their beliefs and valuesGroup of answer choicesHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelFlag question: Question 15Question 151 ptsWhen some members of a group police the consensus by knocking down any dissent from the favored course of action, it is referred to asGroup of answer choices“Mind guards”None of the aboveConformityRisky shiftFlag question: Question 16Question 161 pts”Individuals may be more willing to make risky decisions in groups than when acting alone” is best described asGroup of answer choicesNone of the aboveGroupthinkRisky shiftCollective overoptimistFlag question: Question 17Question 171 ptsWhich model assumes that human beings (in an information processing sense) are inherently limited creatures who frequently rely on cognitive shortcuts?Group of answer choicesHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelFlag question: Question 18Question 181 ptsGroup of answer choicesHomo Psychologicus or the psychological modelHomo Sociologicus or the sociological modelHomo Bureaucraticus or the Bureaucratic modelHomo Economicus or the rational actor modelFlag question: Question 19Question 191 ptsHistorical analogiesGroup of answer choicesProvide prescriptionsAll of the aboveHelp evaluate alternative options, by predicting the chances of successHelp define the nature of the situation confronting the policymakerHelp assess the stakesFlag question: Question 20Question 201 ptsThe tendency for decision makers to search for a “good enough” solution, rather than an optimal one is called:Group of answer choicesEvoked setWise Crowdsself-censorshipSatisficing
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