10 SUMMARY OF RESULTS

10 SUMMARY OF RESULTS - Psych W1001 Graham SUMMARY OF...

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Psych W1001 Graham SUMMARY OF RESULTS FROM HANDOUT OF PAIRED FACES This is the data from the version of the face experiment in which the faces were presented as pairs on a handout. The entry in each cell is the number of people who fell into the category described the row and column labels. For example, there were 22 right-handed females who -- in the first pair -- choose Tom (upper left entry of upper left table), and 73 right-handed females who chose Rick (upper left entry of upper right table) for a total of 95 right-handed females who gave any choice (upper left entry of table in the middle of the left column). Therefore, since there were 112 right-handed females at all (left entry in the little table in the left column), there must have been 17 right-handed females who did not make a check mark next to that pair. Finally, in the upper left entry of the bottom table, the proportion of right-handed females who chose Tom rather than Rick was 22/(22+73) which equals 0.23.
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2012 for the course PSYCH W1001 taught by Professor Normagraham during the Spring '99 term at Columbia.

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