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Recall Test Experiment. Name: Course: Date: Recall Test Experiment. The independent variable in the experiment is the number of words the participants are exposed to in the first round. However, I will increase the number of words in the first list from five to fifteen and the second list of words to thirty. The dependable variable is the number of words the participants will recall from the second set of words. Time is also a dependable variable. Since I will increase the number of words, I will also increase the time the first group takes to read the words from five minutes to fifteen minutes. Equally, I will increase the time the second group takes from seven minutes to twenty minutes. Increasing the two variables will help reduce the error of bias. The first group will be asked to read the first fifteen words. However, the words should be displayed on a big screen or board, and the words should appear one by one in intervals of one minute per word. The second group will also be asked to read the same words but the time interval between words will be increased to about 1.2 minutes. The second list of thirty words should then be displayed on the screens or board at intervals of about one minute per word. Meanwhile, the participants will be given blank sheets of papers to write down as many words as possible that appear in both lists. The average number of words each group recalls will be used as a measure of the ability to recall. To control the dependable variables, the experiment should be repeated in five cycles. However, the number of words in each round should remain constant. The rate of recall for each group will be the average of the number of words

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