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Tim Thyne Cameron Tyler Mike Askrin Sensory Registers Experiment Analysis Sensory registers are the way we perceive senses (touch, smell, sight, taste, and hearing). We only experimented with only two senses, which were sight and hearing. We tested how well people remember seeing things as opposed to hearing things. Our hypothesis was that if ten flash cards with words on them were flashed in front of the subjects eyes and another group listened to ten words, then the group that saw the words will be able to recall more words than the group that heard the words. We found that the study was actually quite simple and was not a descriptive study, but rather just an experiment. The first thing we did is created two groups of ten subjects to each group. One group was the group that heard the words and then recalled the words. The other group was the group that looked at the words and then recalled them. Then we broke down those groups into male and female groups.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course MGMT 375 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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