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At work employee hours are based on the number of sales during the week Naturally most employees will try to find ways to increase sales and in turn increase their hours and paychecks I saw my psychology experiment as an opportunity to try and increase sales My general question was When I wear make-up to work do I get more sales than if I werent to wear makeup My hypothesis was that when I wore makeup I would get more sales and if I werent to wear makeup then I wouldnt have as many My independent variable was wearing makeup which was defined as foundation blush eyeliner eye shadow and lipstick When I wasnt wearing makeup I had none of the above on just my uniform and apron Each instance of wearing makeup included the same colors and application techniques so that the variable would remain constant During each day of the experiment I wore my hair in the same way as well My dependent variable was the amount of sales I got measured in dollars In the deli where I work 100000 in sales is considered a good day The participants of my experiment were the customers that came in They werent told of the experiment so that their decision to buy or not buy wouldnt be influenced Each day I had customers both male and female ages seven or eight through too-ancient-to-tell and every ethnic group from Asian to black to white to Russian to Mexican The location of my study was at the deli in the Safeway grocery store on Military and South 288th Street Each day I flipped a coin to see if I was going to wear or not wear makeup Heads was wear and tails was not wear Then I would put on my uniform and do my makeup if I had flipped a head and go to work like normal I served all customers with the same standard
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