Subjective Evaluation and Bias Relating to Paraplegics
Guyer, Chelsea Kirkland
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This study investigated subjective bias relating to paraplegia. Eighty-eight Georgia Tech students took part in rating eight pictures on dimensions such as creativity and color. The participants were either shown a picture of the artist before or after they viewed the picture and the artist was either in a wheel chair or sitting in a chair. Results indicated no significant differences among groups. Future research is suggested by making modifications to the methodology.