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Unformatted text preview: Those who were relaxed also were found to create more global pictures (m=.46, sd=.509) than local ones (m=.17, sd=.388). It was also discovered that there was a slightly greater amount of detail in drawings from relaxed participants (m=5.06, sd=1.6) compared to drawings from non-relaxed participants (m=4.7, sd=1.8). Finally, it was found that there were slightly more objects found in pictures from the non relaxed group (m=12.4, sd=5.4) than the relaxed one (m=12.2, sd=3.2). The only statistically significant result was that for the raters being able to determine whether a participant was relaxed and creating a more global image as opposed to a more local one [t(45)= -1.36, p=.037]....
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PSY 329 taught by Professor Jasonwilliams during the Spring '09 term at Cal Poly.
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