In general, we want to see if elderly primes will lead people to feel elderly feelings and see an old woman in the image while youthful primes will lead people to feel young and see a young woman in the image. More specifically: We predict that if participants are primed with elderly words, then they will feel more sluggish, exhausted, and old (and less energized, excited, and youthful) than participants primed with youthful words, with those in the neutral condition falling between these extremes. We also predict that if primed with elderly words, then participants will be more likely to see an old woman in the ambiguous picture compared to those primed with youthful words, who will be more likely to see a young woman, with those in the neutral condition showing no preference for either the old or young woman.   What is the dependent variable and independent variable in this hpothesis

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In general, we want to see if elderly primes will lead people to feel elderly feelings and see an old woman in the image while youthful primes will lead people to feel young and see a young woman in the image. More specifically: We predict that if participants are primed with elderly words, then they will feel more sluggish, exhausted, and old (and less energized, excited, and youthful) than participants primed with youthful words, with those in the neutral condition falling between these extremes. We also predict that if primed with elderly words, then participants will be more likely to see an old woman in the ambiguous picture compared to those primed with youthful words, who will be more likely to see a young woman, with those in the neutral condition showing no preference for either the old or young woman.

 

What is the dependent variable and independent variable in this hpothesis

 

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