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Three questions were asked that are the dependent variables in this study: (1) How attracted were you to this person as a possible dating partner? (2) How attracted were you to this person as a possible friend? (3) How much would you like to see the person again? qxd 2/3/2005 6:52 PM Page 31 Attraction Subjects responded to each item on a 1 (not at all) to 7 (extremely) response scale. ). Not all subjects provided the identifying information. Furthermore, not all those who provided the information could subsequently be located.
That the difference between men’s and women’s scores is caused by their sex) whereas the r-score simply indicates that there is an association between two sets of scores without being able to make any judgment about what caused it. Another technique mentioned here is stepwise regression. Broadly speaking, this technique looks at the overall results and tries to see if a better explanation of them is provided by temporarily ignoring one of the variables or “controlling for” its effects. By systematically taking the effects of each relevant variable out of the whole equation you can discover if any of them is, as it were, masking the true effects of some other variable.
Also, the eight attraction means were neatly ordered in terms of the stranger’s similarity (with only one minor and nonsignificant inversion). You may have noticed that this second experiment, to my embarrassment, incorporated the common methodological weakness described earlier. Because I did not know then what I know now, in moving from the initial 26-attitude experiment to the 7-attitude experiment, not only were the topics chosen on the basis of yielding diverse opinions (the new variable being investigated) but the total number of attitude topics was changed from 26 to 7 (a second, confounding, new variable).
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