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Click the Tab on the bottom that says Graph. Click anywhere on the page outside of the graph. The graph should now have two bars, one from level 1 and one from level 2. On the x-axis for each graph, click on each of the lines under Level 1 and Level 2, and type in the appropriate descriptions, so that it is clear what each bar refers to. Discussion The discussion is a section for critical analysis of the significance of your data. Describe and interpret the results from your graphs by comparing the percent of people who detected the new or changed object in the two levels of your variable. Answer at least the following questions: Was your hypothesis supported - why or why not? What other factors could have possibly influenced these results, and why?
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What conclusions can you draw from these results about factors influencing inattentional blindness or change blindness, as well as perception and attention more generally? Submitting Your Report You are always welcome to turn in assignments early if you want to do so. You must submit your report in two ways: (1) First, submit your assignment through e-learning by the start of class time (1:55 PM) on September 30. Click the Assignments link in e-learning, and follow the directions. (2) Second, turn in a paper copy by the start of class time (1:55 PM) on September 30. DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON THIS PAPER COPY! It is important that we grade your papers anonymously, so you instead will put your 6-digit "Assignment ID" number that is listed in e-Learning; click Gradebook 2 to view your Assignment ID number. Again, do NOT write your name on the paper copy that you turn in. ***If you do not follow all of the above instructions, and we do not receive both an electronic submission and paper copy, you will not receive credit.***
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EXP 3604 Assignment #1 NAME____________________________ Hypothesis List the variables you controlled: Materials and Procedure Describe which video you selected, and describe the instructions that participants were given in each of your two groups. Results Level 1 Level 2 Percent Correct Detection Percent Correct Detection Person 1: ________ ________ Person 2: ________ ________ Person 3: ________ ________ Person 4: ________ ________
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Discussion _____________________ 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Level 1 Level 2 C o rec tD e tec t io n( in% ) _____________________
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  • Spring '08
  • Fasig
  • 0%, 1 percent, 2 percent, Change Blindness

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