Eaton-Rosen fenomen

Eaton-Rosen phenomenon

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Project background:
Claims that rhyme are considered to be more true than the same claims formulated as non-rhyming sentences. We call this phenomenon The rhyme-as-reason effect, also known as the Eaton-Rosen phenomenon. 

Method:
We conducted the experiment on a sample of 3.000 subjects divided into two groups – the first, to which we showed a rhyming version of a famous saying from the picture, and the second, to which we showed a saying without rhyme. 

Results:
There is a statistically significant difference in favor of the first statement, which means that we have confirmed the hypothesis that people consider those statements that rhyme to be more true.

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