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Brescoll and Uhlmann (2008) investigated the hypothesis that when an observer views a videotape of a male expressing anger as opposed to sadness, the male in the anger condition isaccorded higher status than the male in the sadness condition. For 19 males the mean and standard deviation (in parentheses) of the anger condition were 6.47 (2.25). For the 29 men in the sad condition the mean and standard deviation were 4.05 (1.61). Is this difference significant?


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