Kyle Gordon pysch project

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Kyle Gordon Cole Bowden Does walking in front of people at a slower than average walk speed cause them to express anger? Purpose: To find out if people can adapt and keep their emotions under control. Hypothesis: If walking slower than average in front of people causes those to have to adapt and walk slower then it will make them angry due to change. Independent Variable: Walking speed produces the effects being examined. Dependant Variable: People being forced to walk slower is the changed condition. Subjects: The subject being examined in this experiment was anyone aged 13-18 who attends Handsworth as a student. Procedure: 1) A spot was chosen in the hallways where a fair amount of people walked by. 2) We remained neutral, pretending to have a conversation, and once someone was about to walk by us, we would cut them off and walk slowly in front of them. 3) We continued to walk slowly and talk while in front of the people, seeing if a reaction would occur from the person. 4)
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course BA 111 taught by Professor Adams during the Fall '10 term at The University of British Columbia.

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