Unformatted text preview: 3. Repeat the experiment with your non-dominant hand. Results: See chart and graph. Conclusion: The data in the experiment provides an interesting conundrum. The data should have represented my hypothesis, but a factor may have altered the experiment. For example, after an extremely low score, I was inspired to click all that much faster. The human factor came into play and pride may have skewed the experiment. Such data could be eradicated by using a class average and showing how the data is represented. I would change this experiment by doing the mentioned class average to eradicate any extraneous values that misrepresent the data. After this, it is likely that the pattern would follow a projected path in the domain of my hypothesis....
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- Spring '12
- dominant hand, Twenty second, Mitchell T. Heaton