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2. Which leading question was used within the second experiment?

  • How much broken glass was all over the floor?
  • Which window of the car was smashed?
  • Did you see any broken glass?
  • What colour was the quarter panel of the car that got hit?

3. Why was the gathering of quantative data from the estimates of speed a strength?

  • They didn't have to look at it through a magnifying glass to read the pp's messy handwriting
  • It meant that they didn't have to interpret all of the data in a subjective way meaning their study had increased objectivity
  • It meant that they could enter it straight onto the computer with ease rather than having to type each statement made within the questionnaires
  • They were able to gather reliable subjective data that would be able to be analysed in a biased way

4. What was the dependent variable?

  • How many cars were involved in the collision
  • The estimate of speed given
  • How many films they showed
  • What words they chose

5. How many of the films used were staged?

  • 4
  • 6
  • 7
  • 2


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