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The Chameleon Effect

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Amanda Nash

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of The Chameleon Effect

The Chameleon Effect By Erika, Amanda, Elise, & Jack Purpose of Study To determine how the chameleon
effect influences behavior in high
school students. Hypothesis If an individual interacting with a participant exhibits subliminal behaviors, then that participant may unconciously mimic those behaviors. This effect is more prevalent in younger-aged participants than older. Chartrand & Bargh Methods: Design Independent variable: actions performed by the experimenter

Dependent variable: behaviors exhibited by participants Behaviors used: yawning, touching hair, crossing legs, touching ears, shaking legs, touching face Methods: Participants Target population: high school students 21 underclassmen

19 upperclassmen Methods: Materials Chairs
Tripod Methods: Procedure Participants were selected
Consent forms were signed
The experiment happened
Subjects were debriefed Results Results Discussion Results Results
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