Critical Reasoning

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It is illegal to advertise prescription medications in Hedland except in professional medical journals or by mail directly to physicians.  A proposed law would allow general advertising of prescription medications.  Opponents object that, in general, laypersons lack the specialized knowledge to evaluate such advertisements and might ask their physicians for inappropriate medications.  But since physicians have the final say as to whether to prescribe a medication for a patient, the objection provides no grounds for concern.
 
Which of the following would it be most useful to establish in order to evaluate the argument?

Options:

Whether nonprescription medications can interact with and block the action of any prescription medications that could be advertised to the general public
Whether most prescription medication advertisements directed at the general public would be advertisements for recently developed medications newly available by prescription
Whether prescription medication advertisements directed at the general public would appear on television and radio as well as in print
Whether physicians are more likely to pay attention to advertising directed to the general public than to advertising directed to physicians
Whether physicians are likely to succumb to pressure from patients to prescribe inappropriate medications

Correct:

E

Critical Reasoning

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[点此查看答疑][GWD]Critical Reasoning

依据选项的范畴是不是脱离了原文问题范畴,把A、B、C排除了,剩下D、E,琢磨一下不出所以然来,只好随便选了D
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[点此查看答疑][GWD]Critical Reasoning

依据选项的范畴是不是脱离了原文问题范畴,把A、B、C排除了,剩下D、E,琢磨一下不出所以然来,只好随便选了D

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