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APPENDIX A .
ANALYSES OF VARIANCE FOR EXPERIMENT 1



119



Table A-l

Analysis of Variance for ML

Source df £S MS F

Total 31 68,505.87 - -

Subjects 7 15,720.37 ■

Tests 3 16,579.62 5,526.54 2.30

Error 21 ;50, 353.01 2,397.76



120



Table A- 2

Analysis of Variance for IL

Source df §S . MS/ L

Total 31 868,843.5

Subjects 7 231,754.5 . " - -

Tests 3 114,010.75 38,003.58 1.53

Error 21 523,078.25 24,908.49



121



Table A-3

Analysis of Variance for EF

Source - ' M ' SS_ MS F

Total 31 76.72 2.47

Subjects 7 32.47 4.64

Tests 3 5.35 1.78 0.96

Error 21 38.9 1.85



122



Table A-4

Analysis of Variance for MF
Source df SS ' MS













Total


95


1,587.63






Subjects


7


386.96






Tests


3


50.88


16.96


1.45


Tests x
Subjects


21


245.79


11.70




Series


2


40.75


20.37


1.42


Tests x
Series


6


62.25


10.38


0.73


Error


56


801.00


14.30













123



Table A-5

Analysis of Variance for IF
Source df SS MS



Total


95


578.24




Subjects


7


65.82




Tests


3


9.28


3 . 09


Tests x
Subjects


21


49.14


2.34


Series


2


298.08


149.04


Tests x
Series


6


13.26


2.21


Error


56


. 142.66


2.55



*
p < .001



1.32

58.4 *
0.87



124



Table A- 6

Analysis of Variance for EL
Source df SS MS



Total


95


5,052,443.62










Subjects


7


769,691.78










Tests


3


16,472.87


5,490


.96





.19


Tests x














Subjects


21


603,618.30


28,743


.73






Series


2


1,836,230.81


918,115


40


30


08 *


Tests x














Series


6


116,828.69


19,471


45





64


Error


56


1,709,601.17


30,528


59






*

p < .001















125



Table A- 7

Analysis of Variance for Mill
Source df SS MS













Total


95


164,176.34






Subjects


7


59,810.29






Tests


3


852.76


284.25


0.21


Tests x










Subjects


21


. 28,924.62


1,377.36 .




Series


2


5,606.91


2,803.45


2.46


Tests x










Series


6


5,204.93


867.49


0.76


Error


56


63,776.83 '


1,138.87






126



Table A- 8

Analysis of Variance for PEI
Source df SS MS

















Total


95


624,997.74










Subjects


' 7


345,070.66










Tests


3


15,956.44


5,318


81


1


81


Tests x
Subjects


21


61,753.3


2,940


63






Series


2


138,707,14


69,353


57


68


42 *


Tests x
Series


6


6,743.03


1,123


84


1


11


Error


56


56,767.17


1,013


70






*
p < .001















APPENDIX B



ANALYSES OF VARIANCE FOR EXPERIMENT 2



128



Table B-l

Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for ML
Source df SS MS F

Between 1 . 32,587.74 32,587.74 2.15
Within 26 392,798.69 15,107.64



129



Table B-2

Analysis o£ Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for IL
Source df SS MS F



Between 1 268,884.00 268,884.00 4.52

Within 26 1,546,616.85 59,485.26

*
p < .05



130



Table B-3 >

Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for EF

Source df SS MS F

Between 1 7.03 7.03 2.42

Within 26 75.60 2.91



.131



Table B-4



Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for MF



Source df . SS MS



Total 55 992.84



Between


2 7


- 761


34


Condition


1


11





Error


26


750


34


Within


29


231


50


Series


1


80


16


Series x








Condition


1


7


71


Error


27


143


63


*
p < .001









11.0


0.38


28.86




80.16


15.07 *


7.71


1.45


5.32





132



Table B- 5



Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for IF



Source



df



SS



MS



Total



915.55



Between


27


208


05


Condition


1


48


75


Error


26


159


3


Within


29


707


5


Series


1


522


16


Series x








Condition


1


46


61


Error


27


138


73



48.75


7


96


*


6.12








22.16


101


58


**


46.61


9


07


*


5.14









p < .01



p < .001



133



Table B-6

Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for EL
Source df SS MS



Total 55 355,263,033.1



Between


27


Condition .


1


Error


26


Within


29


Series


1


Series x




Condition


1


Error


27



1,563,098.63

11,901.17 11,901.17 0.19

1,551,197.46 59,661.44

353,699,934,40

3,336,456.37 3,336,456.37 0.26

50,856.79 50,856.79 0.003

350,312,621.20 12,974,541.53



134



Table B-7

Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for Mill
Source df SS MS ]



Total


55


88,271.0










Between


27


51,962.87










Condition


1


6,111.77


6,111


77


3


25


Error


26


48,851.1


1,878


88






Within


29


36,308.13










Series


1


5,468.77


5,468


77


5


15 *


Series x














Condition


1


2,166.49


2,166


49


2


04


Error


27


28,672.87


1,061


98






*
P < .05















13 5



Table B-8



Analysis of Variance Comparing Estrus Condition for PEI



Source


df


SS




MS






F


Total


55


300,652.13












Between


27


254,395.13












Condition


1


729.17




729


17





.07


Error


26


253,665.96


9


,756


38






Within


29


46,257.0












Series


1


2,958.02


2


,958


02-


1


85


Series x
















Condition


1


150.47




150


47





.09


Error


27


43,148.51


1


,598


09







BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Daniel Quen Estep was born March 19, 1949 in San Antonio,
Texas. In May, 1967 he graduated from Robert E. Lee High
School in Baytown, Texas and in the fall of 1967 enrolled in
the University of Texas at Austin. He graduated from the
University of Texas at Austin in May, 1971, receiving a
Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology. In
September, 1971 he enrolled in the Department of Psychology
of the Graduate School of the University of Florida.

In December, 1973 he received a Master of Arts degree in
psychology from the University of Florida. Since January,
1974 he has been working towards the Doctor of Philosophy
degree under the direction of Professor Donald A. Dewsbury.

Daniel Quen Estep is married to the former Barbara Melton
of Dallas, Texas.



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I certify that I have read this study and that in my
opinion it conforms to acceptable' standards of scholarly
presentation and is fully adequate, in scope and quality, as
a dissertation for the degree .ofx Doctor of Philosophy,.



<&,.^~/



Donald A. Dewsbury, Cha
Professor of Psychology



man



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opinion it conforms to acceptable standards of scholarly
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a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.




I certify that I have read this study and. that in my
opinion it conforms to acceptable standards of scholarly
presentation and is fully adequate, in scope and quality, as
a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.




TH F. Malagodi
Associate Professor of Psychology



I certify that I have read this study and that in my
opinion it conforms to acceptable standards of scholarly
presentation and is fully adequate, in scope and quality, as
a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

/ r



~W. E . Meyer ~
Professor of Psychology



I certify that I have read this study and that in my
opinion it conforms to acceptable standards of scholarly
presentation and is fully adequate, in scope and quality, as
a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.






W. B. Mtebb

Professor of Psychology



This dissertation was submitted to the Graduate Faculty
of the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and
Sciences and to the Graduate Council, and was accepted as
partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy.

August, 1975.

Dean, Graduate School





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