A City Guide To Dehui for g. Lerman et al Griffith et al. recently examined whether healthy adults formed an interest in, or intention to seek, genetic testing for breast cancer on the basis of the perceived pros and cons of such testing. Making decisions in this way is sometimes referred to as utility maximisation’ i.e. it is assumed that a person weighs up the pros and cons of a choice and then selects the option that provides them either with the greatest perceived benefit, or alternatively, the least undesirable consequences. To test whether or not utility maximisation does occur, this study used an experimental design to manipulate the understanding of genetic testing among undergraduate students. A City Guide To Dehui 2016.