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2. Which one of the following is the basis for prospect theory? A. Investors react differently to prospective gains and losses. B. Investors make cognitive errors. C. Some investors are irrational. D. Investors react differently depending on the day of the week. E. Investors suffer from money illusion. See Section 8.2
A. Investors react differently to prospective gains and losses.
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3. Which one of the following defines frame dependence? A. Investors react differently to prospective gains and losses. B. Investors tend to make more cognitive errors when they view investing as gambling. C. Investors tend to be more irrational in bear markets than in bull markets. D. Investors react differently depending on how an opportunity is presented. E. Investors suffer from money illusion in bull markets but not in bear markets. See Section 8.2
D. Investors react differently depending on how an opportunity is presented.
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How are investments, investment income, and gains and losses on these investments accounted for? Is there a difference in treatment for public as opposed to private colleges and universities?
Investments and investment income can be accounted as permanently restricted, temporarily restricted, or unrestricted depending on their types or donor restrictions. These investments will be valued at fair value, and any gains or losses on these investments will also be accounted as permanently restricted, temporarily restricted, or unrestricted. There is no difference in treatment for public as opposed to private colleges and universities.
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The notion that development involves gains and losses that do not always occur in a straight line exemplifies which one of the following characteristics of the life-span perspective? multidirectional plasticity multidisciplinary multicontextual
multidirectional
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Sustainable income differs from net income because of which of the following items? A. Gains and losses B. Gains and losses, and regular and irregular revenues C. Irregular revenues, irregular expenses D. Gains and losses, and irregular revenues and irregular expenses
A. Gains and losses
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Gains and losses that bypass net income but affect stockholders’ equity are referred to as..
An entity should report the marketable equity securities that it has classified as trading at A. Lower of cost or market, with holding gains and losses included in earnings. B. Fair value, with holding gains and losses included in earnings. C. Fair value, with holding gains included in earnings only to the extent of previously recognized holding losses. D. Lower of cost or market, with holding gains included in earnings only to the extent of previously recognized holding losses.
B. Fair value, with holding gains and losses included in earnings
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