Apresentação em tema: "Dutton, D. G., & Aron, A. P. (1974). Some evidence for heightened sexual attraction under conditions of high anxiety. Journal of Personality and Social."— Transcrição da apresentação:
Dutton, D. G., & Aron, A. P. (1974). Some evidence for heightened sexual attraction under conditions of high anxiety. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30,
Estudo 1 – Manipulação da activação In 1889, a pioneering Scotsman, George Grant Mackay, suspended the original swinging bridge over the rushing waters of Capilano Canyon. The spectacular beauty of this wilderness location attracted many turn-of-the-century adventurers. As transportation improved, visitors flocked to the intriguing footbridge, establishing it as a world-renowned attraction. Today, Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park invites you to relive those pioneer days. Join friendly costumed staff as they take you back in time....Grasp the cool, steel cable, step onto the gently swaying cedar plants and follow Mackey's footsteps 450 feet (136 metres) across and 230 feet (70 metres) above Capilano River!
Control Bridge: Constructed of heavy cedar 10 feet above a small, shallow rivulet high handrails and did not tilt or sway Capilano Canyon Suspension Bridge:...a tendency to tilt, sway, and wobble, creating the impression that one is about to fall over the side foot drop to rocks and shallow rapids below the bridge...
In the TAT, the test subject (the boy shown here) examines a set of cards that portray human figures in a variety of settings and situations, and is asked to tell a story about each card. The story includes the event shown in the picture, preceding events, emotions and thoughts of those portrayed, and the outcome of the event shown. The story content and structure are thought to reveal the subject's attitudes, inner conflicts, and views.
TAT – Item 3GF
Estudo 1 – Verificação da manipulação t(28) = 9.7, p <.001t(28) = 10.6, p <.001
Estudo 1 – Dados comportamentais e pontuações no TAT
Estudo 1 – Comparação dos dados comportamentais nas duas condições (entrevistador = mulher) 2 (1, N = 34) = 5.7, p <.02
FEMALEMALE Estudo 1 – Dados comportamentais: Percentagem de sujeitos que telefonaram
FEMALEMALE Estudo 1 – Dados imaginais: Médias no item do TAT t(36) = 3.19, p <.01 t(38) = 0.36, ns
Dados comportamentaisDados imaginais Estudo 2 – Dados comportamentais e pontuações no TAT Entrevistador = Mulher Ponte = Capilano Canyon Suspension Bridge t(36) = 3.07, p <.01 2 (1, N = 43) = 5.89, p <.02
Estudo 3 – Verificação da manipulação Subject expects:
Subject expectation: F(1, 76) = 22.80, p <.001 Female situation: F(1, 76) = 2.61, ns Interaction: F(1, 76) = ?, ns Subject expectation: F(1, 76) = 4.73, p <.05 Female situation: F(1, 76) = ?, ns Interaction: F(1, 76) = 4.22, p =.07 Estudo 3 – Atracção pela comparsa e pontuações no TAT Subject expects: