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Flake

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a non-creditworthy customer with a small or no down payment. Flake customers are very high risk for the seller, and likely will not obtain financing.
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Although the findings reported by McKenna and colleagues (2007) suggest that the IRAP may be more immune to demand effects than the IAT, the lack of evidence for faking might be explained in a variety of ways.
The current study was designed to explore an idiographic approach to stimulus selection, a more accessible set of faking instructions, and the reliability psychometrics of the IRAP.
Faking Quiz and Questionnaire (FQQ) Participants assigned to either of the faking conditions completed different portions of the FQQ via paper and pencil before and after attempting to fake the IRAP (see details in "Procedure").
The QB's last move (after handing off to the LH and faking to the RH) is to bootleg to the side opposite the ball, faking as if he had the ball.