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Unformatted text preview: you were right handed or left handed, and the positioning of the pictures; which chimeric face was on top or bottom. The class results were that 63.47% of right-handed people and 58% of left handed people recorded that the left side of the face appeared younger. These results matched the prediction of the experiment. The only notable difference from the prediction was that a higher percentage of right-handed people thought the left side look younger than the left-handed people did. A possible reason for this is because for a right-handed observer, the right hemisphere tends to be more strongly involved in judgments about faces than the left hemisphere. Left-handed people do not show as strong differences between the left and right hemispheres, that is why left-handed people had a lower percentage than the right-handed people. My results were in unison of the class average, 71% of my choices were with the younger half face on the left....
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- Spring '07