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Unformatted text preview: Ambady and Rosenthal Response and Questions This article was actually really confusing to me with all the numerical terms they were using to explain how their results turned out. I t was really hard for me to follow their reasoning for how they calculated some of the variables, and how they determined how the numbers they got were reliable. I understand that this isn’t too relevant to understanding the meaning of the article, but it made the reading of the article a little more complicated. I do think that this is a really interesting extension off what we learned from the book Blink , about thin-slicing. Why is it that it doesn’t really matter how long the video is in terms of how accurate the judgments are of the teachers? • Before reading this article I would have thought that watching a 5 minute video rather than watching a 5 second video would have made a difference in the accuracy of the judgments • Unless I have interpreted this article incorrectly I believe they make the point that...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course PSY 221H taught by Professor Dr.kurthugenburg during the Fall '10 term at Miami University.
- Fall '10
- Social Psychology