1. What does Schelling use his lecture to an audience of 800 people to illustrate?
(b) Economic theories of entertainment.
(c) Spatial distribution.
(d) Group dynamics.
2. How does Schelling describe a decision such as choosing a seat in a theater?
(a) As a commonplace act that manifests the unconscious childhood sexual trauma of the individual.
(b) As something common and seemingly thoughtless that is nonetheless informed by subliminal motives.
(c) As a special case that cannot be analyzed using any particular interpretive framework.
(d) As a decision that can be predicted by mathematical laws of possibility.
3. What does Schelling ultimately say about a decision such as where to sit in a theater?
(a) It is neither meaningful nor memorable.
(b) It is a common decision that people make the same way depending on where they are in the crowd.
(c) It is not predictable but it nonetheless follows a pattern.
(d) It is neither superficial nor thoughtless.
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