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Statistical Observations. Katherine Hall and Richard Card. Write down the first five plants you think of…. We separated this question into 5 categories then into individual species afterwards. The five categories are as follows: Flowers Trees Grasses Bushes Other. Rose - 8 Flower - 6

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Statistical Observations

Katherine Hall

and Richard Card


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Write down the first five plants you think of…

  • We separated this question into 5 categories then into individual species afterwards. The five categories are as follows:

  • Flowers

  • Trees

  • Grasses

  • Bushes

  • Other


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Rose - 8

Flower - 6

Sunflower - 5

Blue Bonnet - 3

Daisy - 2

Pansy - 1

Orchid - 1

Arnica - 1

Pulsatilla - 1

Canna - 1

Oxalis - 1

Daffodil - 1

Lilac - 1

Dandelion - 1

Hibiscus – 1

Flowers Breakdown (34)

  • Cotton - 1


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Oak - 11

Pine - 3

Palm - 2

Pecan - 2

Weeping Willow - 2

Dogwood - 1

Cedar - 1

Mesquite - 1

Elm - 1

Sumac - 1

Maple - 1

Tree Breakdown (26)


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Grass Breakdown (12)

  • Grass - 8

  • Weed - 1

  • Monkey Grass - 1

  • Crab Grass - 1

  • Kentucky Blue Grass - 1


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Bush Breakdown (5)

  • Rose Bush - 3

  • Rosemary – 1

  • Bush- 1


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Other (16)

  • Vine - 5

  • Venus Fly Trap - 3

  • Kelp – 2

  • Bryonia - 1

  • Tomato - 1

  • Corn - 1

  • Poison Ivy - 1

  • English Ivy - 1

  • Belladonna - 1


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Last Thoughts on Question 1

  • Trees were most commonly the first plants thought of

  • Sunflowers were the most common individual species thought of first

  • Many referenced plants as; Flower, Tree, Grass, Bush; Not specifying which species


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Name up to fifteen plants that you know from Denton…

  • Broken-down in the same way as before categories are as follow:

  • Flowers

  • Trees

  • Grasses

  • Bushes

  • Other


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Blue Bonnet - 3

Rose - 2

Tulip - 2

Dandelion - 2

Pansy - 2

Yucca- 2

Wine Cup - 1

Carnation - 1

Daffodil - 1

Gardenia - 1

Indian Paint Brush-1

Flower - 3

Flowers (of Denton) Breakdown (21)


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Trees (of Denton)Breakdown (26)

  • Oak - 14

  • Pine - 4

  • Pecan - 2

  • Maple - 2

  • Mesquite - 1

  • Birch – 1

  • Tree - 2


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Grasses (of Denton)Breakdown (19)

  • Grass - 14

  • Buffalo Grass - 2

  • Bermuda Grass - 1

  • Winter Rye Grass – 1

  • Weed - 1


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Bushes (of Denton)Breakdown (7)

  • Rosemary - 2

  • Holly - 1

  • Thorn Bush - 1

  • Bush – 1

  • Mountain Laurel – 1

  • Lantana - 1


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Other (of Denton)Breakdown (9)

  • Moss - 2

  • Cactus – 1

  • Crescent – 1

  • Cat Tail – 1

  • Cats Claw – 1

  • Gaillardia – 1

  • Algae – 1

  • Fern - 1


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Final Thoughts Question 2

  • Plants from question one were not repeated in the Denton scenario.

  • Plants on campus were most commonly mentioned

  • Again Tree, Bush, Grass, and Flower, were all used to describe specific species.


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Name the first five birds you think of…

  • No Categorization of the species, just as named.


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Cardinal - 11

Blue Jay - 11

Mockingbird - 8

Eagle - 7

Sparrow - 6

Hawk - 5

Owl - 5

Humming Bird - 5

Seagull - 4

Oriel - 3

Canary - 3

Dove - 3

Parakeet - 3

Macaw - 2

Robin - 2

Pigeon - 2

Falcon - 2

Crow - 2

Pelican - 1

Parrot - 1

Vulture – 1

Black Bird - 1

Toucan - 1

Chicken - 1

Stork - 1

Ostrich - 1

Peacock - 1

O'Meara - 1

Swallow - 1

Yellow Bellied Sap Sucker - 1

Birds


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Sparrow - 9

Vulture - 8

Mockingbird – 7

Cardinal - 7

Crow - 7

Blue Jay - 7

Pigeon - 5

Hawk - 4

Chicken - 4

Parrot - 3

Oriel - 3

Robin - 3

Black Bird - 3

Duck - 3

Quail - 2

Grackle – 2

Owl - 2

Finch - 2

Stork - 2

Turkey - 2

Dove - 2

Hummingbird - 2

Seagull - 1

Ostrich - 1

Parakeet - 1

Macaw - 1

Eagle – 1

Cow Bird - 1

Starling - 1

Heron - 1

Killdeer - 1

Spoonbill - 1

Falcon - 1

Mallard - 1

Titmouse - 1

BIG BIRD - 1

Cockatoo - 1

Flamingo - 1

Penguin - 1

Birds Of The World


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Sociological Observations

  • We observed the 3 most preferred birds and plants of the study populous

  • There was a 15:6 ratio of men to women in this study.

  • The study separate the results into male and female categories.


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Of the Women (Plants)

  • Flowers – 7

  • Trees – 4

  • Bushes – 1

  • Grasses - 0


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Of the Women (Plants cont.)

  • No one Species was repeated.

  • The flowers selected were as follows:

  • Hibiscus, Honey Suckle, Star Gazer, Bird of Paradise, Calalily, Desert Rose, and Indian Paint Brush


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Of the Men (Plants)

  • Trees – 17

  • Flowers – 9

  • Grasses – 6

  • Other - 4


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There were many repeated species for the men.Tree break down is as follows:

Red Wood - 3

Pine – 3

Oak - 3

Palm - 3

Maple - 1

Mesquite – 1

Hickory - 1

Willow - 1

Cedar - 1

Of the Men (Plants cont.)


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Only one Species was repeated, Cardinal, the following were equally preferred:

Mockingbird

Black Bird

Hawk

Finch

Harpy Eagle

Swan

Parrot

Owl

Blue Jay

Eagle

Of the Women(Birds)


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The majority of the men preferred the Eagle, and repeated many species, the breakdown is as follows:

Eagle - 6

Hawk - 5

Cardinal - 5

Dove - 3

Chicken - 3

Blue Jay - 2

Humming bird - 2

Sparrow - 2

Owl - 1

Peacock - 1

Duck - 1

Robin - 1

Parakeet - 1

Oriel - 1

Of the Men (Birds)


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Final Thoughts many species, the breakdown is as follows: