PSY522_Week3 - Week 3 Exercise 1 There was a significant...

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Week 3 Exercise 1
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There was a significant length effect on the number recalled. F (1,12) = 32.00, p = .000, partial n 2 = .727. The short condition had a higher number recall (M=6.00) than the long condition (2.00). Vividness was not significant, F (1,12)=.000, p= 1.000, partial
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Unformatted text preview: n 2 =.000. Low vividness condition was not greater (M=4.00) than high vividness condition (M=4.00). Overall, there was a significant length by vividness interaction effect on number recall, F (1,12)=8.00, p= .015, partial n 2 =.400. Exercise 2...
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  • Spring '16
  • n2=.000. Low vividness, vividness interaction effect, significant length effect

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