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Expected Results Show that a Longer Nose Means Slower Times for Passing the Salt and Pepper: A Second Report

Miner Patrick*, Leon Le Nez and Pat Miner

We present the second expected report if proposal from Miner et al. is confirmed by case experiment. Eighty female student subjects were tested by being asked to pass salt or pepper by another student (male or female). The latter were in league with the researchers and had either the nose long or the nose normal. The subjects took longer to pass the pepper when the request was made by the confederate with the nose long, particularly if a man. The results are discussed in terms of theory and future research.