Thursday, November 30, 2006

Presentation: Alex and Amanda

It was on deception in dating profile pictures. Please leave us your feedback on our presentation.

5 Comments:

At 8:03 PM, Blogger Kate Frezon said...

Alex and Amanda, congrats, you gave a very clear presentation. Your study did a good job on both drawing from Catalina's study, and also finding your own new things to look at. You found a lot of great background research to help with your project. I like that you defined three really clear areas to look at, and that you are going to look at how each one affects deception in profile pictures. This is something very new, and might lead to a very interesting interaction affect. You're undertaking a very complex study, but you sound like you know what you're doing. Great work you two.

 
At 1:39 AM, Blogger Nikki Nussbaum said...

Firstly, I'd just like to make a little shout out to the other member of the very exclusive last-day-of-office-hours-crunch-time club! Obviously your hard work paid off because your presentation was great! Both of you spoke really well and used your presentation to display your points. I do think that your definition of deception in photographs should include intent and could be refined in that way. Your organization was perfect though and really showed the idea you were trying to convey (the starred hypothesis). Great job!

 
At 9:50 AM, Blogger Amy said...

Amanda and Alex- Great job on your presentation! I really enjoyed it. Your slides were very clear and enagaging and explained your project thoroughly.
I think you guys did a great job building on Catalina's prior research and expanding it to provide more information. It was evident that your topic is complex, but you did a great job breaking it down and clearly explaining the important aspects of it. I especially liked your diagram illustrating the three hypotheses. That was great and really helped the audience identify the main purpose of your research. Great job!

 
At 8:25 PM, Blogger Nicole said...

hey guys, you did a great job on your presentation. I was really impressed with how you narrowed down your hypotheses and I think you will have a really great final paper. I also liked that you cited Kaitlin and I haha. It will be interesting to see what you find about deception in photographs, since I am looking at the same thing, and have found a lot of cool information. Good luck with everything!

 
At 8:38 PM, Blogger Corey Ryan Earle said...

Your presentation was clearly the best because it featured a photo of me in a top hat. I should have known those photos would come around to get me...
I really liked the Venn diagram with the three circles that showed the interaction effect. Great way to present the information clearly, and you broke down the three factors well. My only worry for your paper is that your study seems quite similar to Catalina's, so you want to make sure you emphasize the differences to show why yours is unique and how its findings differ. Great job.

 

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