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2. What was the aim of their study?

  • To see whether interviews were effective in gathering data from an eye witness
  • To see whether altering the phrasing of a question would affect the pp's estimates of speed
  • To see if femaes with schizophrenia experience a less severe course than males
  • To look at the effect of both males and females in their participation in a field experiment looking at eye witness recall and photo identification

3. In the second experiment, how many pps were used?

  • 150
  • 125
  • 200
  • 354

4. How many participants were used in experiment one?

  • 45
  • 20
  • 70
  • 65

5. Why might the students chosen to partcipate in the study be weakness

  • They may not have fully grasped the concept of this experiment and so may have wanted to sabotage it
  • They're young and so are naive and may not know what to say
  • They may not have been drivers themselves and so their estimate may not have been informed and so are likely to to be representative of many others within this circumstance
  • They can't read or write properly and so the answers given arent likey to have been legible forcing the researchers to make up the results


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