Progress Report 4 - Emma Brewster, Christina Reida, Erica...

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Emma Brewster, Christina Reida, Erica Brophy, David Markowitz 4/10/08 Progress Report # 4 Comm 276: Professor McLeod How much further have you progressed in your data collection? How much data remain to be collected? What about your literature search? Have you begun to plan your presentation? What are some initial impressions you may have of your findings? Has the focus of your paper changed from your initial ideas? Lucky 13 has made great strides in producing a large sample size for our research project. Our project entails determining the effect of having a door held open on a person’s inclination to hold the door for the other people. So far, our research has provided information that leads us to believe that the number of bystanders does not have an effect on the inclination of another person to hold open a door. This is contrary to our initial beliefs. We have noticed a few patterns emerge while conducting our research. For example, most people do not consciously think about holding
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2008 for the course COMM 2760 taught by Professor Mcleod,p. during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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