Door Holding Helping Behavior Observations

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The observed consisted of UTSA students and staff that ranged from approximately 18 to mid fifties. On November 27th twenty eight people were observed in a one hour that completed door holding behavior. Out of the twenty eight people observed completing the behavior fifteen of them were female, since that is only half the first days observations were not very conclusive...
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I also noticed that I include people who appeared to be in groups in my observations as singular accounts. I should have counted groups as a different category, because door holding in a group is less likely to be a random act of kindness and more likely a way to keep the conversation going and the group together, as a result of this I changed my way of recording groups on my next observation...
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