Testing A Theory1 - Testing A Theory A Three weeks ago I experimented a theory based on events I saw on television show I think that the test

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Unformatted text preview: Testing A Theory A Three weeks ago I experimented a theory based on events I saw on television show, I think that the test theory would be considered uncontrolled. One day while sitting on my back of my deck house watching a television show, the husband was asked by his wife if he could help her fold the laundry. Even though he did not want to help her it he replied with yes anyway, but with the intention of getting out of doing any actual work. He knew that if he said he did not what to help that it would start an argument with her, so instead he pretended to not know what he was doing. This caused his wife to take the laundry he was folding away, which got him off the hook without an argument. At that same moment my girlfriend asked me to help fold the recently washed towels. Just like the husband on television I did not what to either, but I was trying to to help fold the recently washed towels....
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course PSYH 211 taught by Professor White during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Testing A Theory1 - Testing A Theory A Three weeks ago I experimented a theory based on events I saw on television show I think that the test

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