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1. What was the IV for the experiment

  • The item the man held and the level of unusualness/threat
  • The time of the filler task
  • Length of video
  • Number of participants
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2. What item gave the best recall?

  • Wallet
  • Chicken
  • Nothing
  • A dog

3. What was the conclusion for the 2nd procedure?

  • The findings are essentially identical to the 1st experiment, the doughboy and knife were unusual in the context of an machine repair shop and produced the poorest level of recall.
  • The findings are essentially opposite to the 1st experiment, the doughboy and knife were unusual in the context of an electrical repair shop and produced the best level of recall.
  • The findings are essentially identical to the 1st experiment, the doughboy and knife were unusual in the context of an electrical repair shop and produced the poorest level of recall.
  • The findings are essentially identical to the 1st experiment, the sunglasses and being empty handed were unusual in the context of an electrical repair shop and produced the poorest level of recall.

4. How was recall measured/collected?

  • Filled out a questionnaire requiring them to remember details about the receptionist and the man, what he was holding and what they thought he was doing in the salon.
  • Randomly told the researchers details about the receptionist and the man, what he was holding and what they thought he was doing in the salon
  • Asked leading questions
  • Took part in a interview

5. What gave the highest level of recall in the 2nd procedure?

  • Pillsbury doughboy
  • Nothing/empty
  • Screwdriver
  • Knife

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