Feb '14
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    In a study, subjects were asked to rate how funny cartoons appeared. One group of subjects held a pen crosswise in their lips while making the rating, whereas the other group of subjects held a pen crosswise in their teeth. The subjects holding the pen in their teeth rated the cartoons funnier than the subjects holding the pen in their lips. The independent variable in this study was:

     

    A

    cartoon rating

    B

    pen position in mouth

    C

    cartoon rating and pen position

    D

    observer bias




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