How preference plays a role in gender and details was examined and evaluated in this experiment. We used Lindenwood University's Human Subject Pool to recruit 30 participants, 16 females and 14 males. Our purpose was to see whether the participants found more differences between the pairs of pictures they preferred over the less preferred pictures. We used gender stereotypical pictures with the hope that participants would prefer the picture that best fits their gender. We did not find statistical significance, F(2,58)=2.126, p=.129(p<.05), in that the participants discovered more differences in their preferred picture. However, we did find statistical significance between picture type and number correct, and the order the pictures were given and the number correct in each picture.
Anstead, Jennifer and Martin, Brittni
"How Preference Plays a Role in Gender and Details,"
Undergraduate Psychology Research Methods Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/psych_journals/vol1/iss5/9
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