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Jeremy Sinclair Psychology Mr. Dannible
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Sinclair 1 Mathew Hatson wrote the article “lend a Hand Smartypants”. Mr. Hatson’s article does not say where it was published but his research source was out of a journal called “Journal of Research in Personality”. This article because it has gotten its research from the “Journal of Research in Personality” means it is secondary research. The people who wrote the article that Mathew Hatson read to write this article were the primary researchers. The article did not show where and when the experiments happened but it does say how. The article states it as “Each subject decided how to allocate points between himself and a mystery person he’d never meet. People who scored higher on intelligence tests preferred altruistic options, choosing to, say, take 500 points and give 550 rather then take 550 and give 300.”
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The 76ers participated in an event call random acts of kindness. In the article that I read the players of the 76ers worked at a local McDonalds flipping burgers and taking orders. Compared to the article I just read does this mean that they players who participated in this event
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Cobleskill.

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